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September 2nd, 2004

COMS 2004 kicks off with upbeat look at state of industry

Abstract:
Delegates to COMS 2004 found out that, while killer MEMS applications remain an elusive target, a thriving nano/MEMS community continues to grow. Further, venture capitalists are keeping the sector on their radar screens. With more than 320 delegates registered at the annual Commercialization of Micro and Nano Systems Conference (COMS), held this year in the Canadian city of Edmonton, Alberta, those in attendance were told that small-tech gold isnít totally out of reach.

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