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September 27th, 2004
Wisconsin's paper industry needs technology, innovation to prosper
The two-day conference featured presentations on reviving old paper mills; using nanotechnology to produce cleaner, stronger products; advancements in paper drying; and other breakthroughs in production, environmental and saving energy.
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