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June 2nd, 2004
Nanotech 2004: Progress toward commercialization
The Nanotech 2004 conference was hosted by the Nano Science and Technology Institute, an interdisciplinary consultancy focusing on all aspects of nanotechnology. The conference mission is to provide "for a single interdisciplinary integrative community, allowing for core scientific advancements to disseminate across the breath of traditional science and technology domains."
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