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January 31st, 2006

Journalism Panel Joins Debate at Purdue Nanotech Conference

Abstract:
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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