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October 26th, 2004

Big on nanotech

Abstract:
It's Nano Week in Cleveland. Which means the city is buzzing with brainiacs who research and invent technology the size of, well, way beyond microscopic.

There's a NanoMedicine Summit, a Nanotech Symposium on cancer research, a nano conference on Nanoparticles and an International Nanotechnology Business Idea Competition.

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