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October 5th, 2004
Nanotechnology, water and energy: when worlds collide
The NanoWater 2004 conference in Amsterdam brought together two very separate communities: nanotechnology and the water industry. There was intense curiosity on both sides.
NanoWater was a great start: by the end of the day the two communities were exploring areas of common interest. But this is just a first step and the longer-term solutions will be found through ongoing dialogue, something that NanoWater will enable.
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