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May 1st, 2006

Provisional agenda for nanobiotech world congress

Abstract:
Over 200 attendees are expected at the event to be held 16-17 November 2006 in downtown Boston. This conference will provide a major networking opportunity and an un-missable event for those wishing to keep abreast of new applications of nanotechnology to medical research, says the organiser.

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