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March 7th, 2005
Among the more than 9,200 papers being presented at the ACS National Meeting in San Diego this March, approximately one in seven will focus on biotechnology or nanotechnology/nanoscience.
Collectively, ACS technical divisions will present more than 80 sessions addressing "nano", and more than 70 focusing on "bio". This emphasis mirrors the growing importance of these two rapidly developing multidisciplinary fields.
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