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January 31st, 2006
Journalism Panel Joins Debate at Purdue Nanotech Conference
The smallest of particles can give life to the biggest of news stories, and three leading national journalists will kick off a Purdue University conference to spotlight what's behind the global nanotechnology revolution.
Candace Stuart, editor-in-chief at Small Times; along with Samuel Moore, a senior associate editor for IEEE Spectrum; and Forbes magazine nanotechnology columnist Josh Wolfe will discuss industry trends during a panel discussion, "Giant Ideas for Nano's Future."
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