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October 5th, 2004
Large Crowds Expected for NANO Week
Hundreds of scientists, researchers and entrepreneurs will explore how nanotechnology, the tiniest of technologies, is transforming the future of medicine, materials and manufacturing during NANO
Week, here, October 25 to 29.
Ohio Governor Bob Taft will help kick off NANO Week opening the first event, The Cleveland Clinic NanoMedicine Summit 2004.
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