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August 2nd, 2004
Scientists from Taiwan, Japan join nanotech forum
Top scientists from Taiwan and Japan met with local high-tech firms at a forum yesterday to exchange information on latest R&D trends and formulate marketing strategies for the emerging "nano photocatalysis" technology, that are used in the manufacturing of air conditioners, air purifiers, and other household appliances.
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