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April 13th, 2005
Scientist to discuss nanotechnology industry
Sandia National Laboratories’ Hongyou Fan will speak with the campus community at 4 p.m. today in 103 Science Hall as part of the Physics Department’s colloquium series.
“Students will get a chance to understand the processes of nanotechnology as well as how they are applied,” he said.
(Ed.'s note: there is no nanotechnology "industry." This is a common misconception.)
Chemical Synthesis and Nanomaterials Department
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