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August 10th, 2004
Technology gets put under the microscope
Nanotechnology could be the key behind laptops that don't heat up on your lap, automobile materials that are stronger and lighter, and higher quality in printing processes. William Tong, a nanotechnology and quantum science researcher for Hewlett-Packard Co., will be the conference's keynote speaker. He answered a few questions from The Idaho Statesman this week.
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