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Job Networking Reception

Tuesday, November 9, 2004, 3:30-6:30 pm San Francisco Airport Marriott Hotel, Burlingame, CA

Check out this informal Job Networking Reception brought to you by tinytechjobs and the International Association of Nanotechnology. The reception is to be held in conjunction with the International Congress of Nanotechnology. Light refreshments will be served and you will get the opportunity tonetwork with other job seekers, potential employers, and recruiters. There is no cost to attend this reception.

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