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April 26th, 2005

2005 USPTO Partnership Meetings Scheduled

Abstract:
On Wednesday May 4, the Patent Office is holding a couple of “Customer Partnership Meetings.”

The PTO has a newly formed Nanotechnology art class. The Wednesday discussion will provide a look at how the new art unit is collecting and searching the prior art.

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