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May 2nd, 2005

Nano Nano – Deakin’s new kids take top prize

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In the world of Nanotechnology, small things make a big difference. So it’s only fitting that the small team of new kids on the block from Deakin University won the Industrial Nanotechnology award in the 2005 NanoVic Prizes for Innovation in Nanotechnology.

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