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Home > News > University of Aveiro hosts nanotechnology conference

October 3rd, 2005

University of Aveiro hosts nanotechnology conference

Abstract:
Nobel Laureate Sir Professor Harold Kroto from Florida State University, US, was invited to deliver the plenary lecture on "Some New Insights into the Mechanisms of Fullerene and Nanotube Formation." Sir Harold Kroto discussed the exciting birth of C60, a new form of carbon. Its discovery had ignited the scientific community and led to many new fields of research in the nanotechnology world.

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