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December 8th, 2004

It's a small world after all

Abstract:
Nanotechnology offers tremendous potential benefits in medicine, materials and manufacturing, and Australian nanotech firms are hoping to claim their share of the emerging market.

Hence this week’s nanotechnology forum at Melbourne’s Crown Promenade Hotel — Healthy Opportunities from Small Technologies — which features experts in the field from around the world. Under discussion will also be micro, bio and info technology, but nano is the star attraction. In the new sciences of the 21st century, big is no longer beautiful.

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