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May 23rd, 2006

Canada puts 'ball and chain' on scientists

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The student-organized Ontario Nano Symposium offered Ontario students and researchers a chance to discuss their work in the emerging science of nanotechnology, devoted to the design and production of atom-sized structures.

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