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April 24th, 2006
Size does matter
Everyone in the business world chants the 'think big' mantra. But a bunch of scientists talked small at the two-day workshop at the World Nano-Economic Congress (WNEC) India, in Mumbai on March 28th-29th at Hyatt Regency. The seminar, which was co-organised by Yash Management and Satellite, throws light on nanotechnology as a science in general, and the business opportunities it offers. As the first business focused nanotechnology event in India, WNEC India is the Gateway to Indian nanotechnology.
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