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June 11th, 2004
Businesses face the future at NanoTrends
More than 100 scientists, engineers and businesspeople gathered at the NanoTrends conference in Munich, Germany, late last month to hear the latest views on the future of nanotechnology. Topics under discussion ranged from applications and products to safety risks and investment opportunities. While some areas of debate proved contentious, there was general agreement that nanotechnology is likely to have wide-ranging effects.
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