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June 27th, 2005

Water, Water Everywhere, and Not a Drop to Drink

Abstract:
Last year, after Cientifica had performed some initial research for governments about the impact of nanotechnologies on water processes, we got a little impatient with the lack of any real initiatives in this area other than the promise of more discussion. So, we launched the Nanowater Organization and its accompanying NanoWater 2004 Conference to see if we couldn't push things ahead a little.

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