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January 4th, 2006

Purdue's Discovery Lecture Series focuses on nanotechnology

Abstract:
Tiny steps for science, a giant leap for industrial innovation that is the promise nanotechnology holds. And that's the focus of a national conference at Purdue University in early February.

Building on October's opening of the $58 million Birck Nanotechnology Center at Discovery Park, Purdue will hold two national nanotechnology events on Feb. 6-8 on the West Lafayette campus. The three-day event is highlighted by a panel discussion kicking off Purdue's Discovery Lecture Series, titled "Transforming Society Through Emerging Technologies: National Nanotechnology Initiative at Five Years." (2 audio bits - see left colums, top)

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