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May 10th, 2006

Nobel Laureate to speak at UW's Ontario Nano Symposium

Abstract:
Canada's Nobel Prize Laureate John Polanyi is among the speakers sharing their visions of nanotechnology at the 2006 Ontario Nano Symposium to be held May 19 at the University of Waterloo. The all-day event seeks to build and strengthen local nanotechnology research communities, as well as spawn new collaborations, said Flora Li, one of the graduate student organizers. She added that the event will offer information about UW's new nanotechnology initiatives.

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University of Waterloo

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