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February 22nd, 2006

President Kalamís address at Indo-US Nanotechnology Conclave

Abstract:
"I am indeed delighted to participate in the inauguration of Indo-US Nanotechnology Conclave organized by the Department of Science and Technology in partnership with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Indo-US Science and Technology Forum. I am also very happy to see that a pioneer in nano science Prof. CNR Rao has given the key note address for this Indo-US conclave and I find that this Conclave is being organized with the participation of all the stakeholders from the researchers to the users of nano-technology. This will definitely ensure integrated definition of the problem and enable the scientific community, technological community, academicians, industrialists and venture capitalists to work together and provide cost effective quality products using nano-technology to the global society at the right time."

(Ed.'s note: read about a few of the nanotech-enabled products coming out of India, and learn more about the mission that their President has initiated.)

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