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August 10th, 2005

Microsystems & Nanotechnology Evening Sessions

Abstract:
A series of short evening sessions are being delivered in these key technology areas by Prof Richard Whatmore and Dr Steve Dunn, who have considerable experience working in both industrial and academic environments. The talks are designed to show where microsystems and nanotechnology are having an impact, to open discussion on the topics and to address some of the language barriers experienced.

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