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Nanotechnology Convention and Exhibit 2006
Posted on December 08, 2005
Don't miss the important and huge nanotechnology conference/trade expo in Dallas, Texas during International Nanotechnology Week. The convention will be at the Dallas Convention Center September 27 and 28, 2006. The evening of September 26 there is an invitation only Nobel Laureate Legends reception, dedicated to the memory of the late Jack Kilby, where Nobel prize winners in various related fields will openly discuss their work and the future of nanotechnology.
There are four pavilions for the exhibit area - Homeland Security, Energy, BioMed, and Semi Conductor. Companies wanting to reserve booth space can mention the code NTF to receive a discount.
For more information go to www.nanotx.biz
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