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May 25th, 2006
Nanotech dazzles at College Park
The center’s first NanoDay, held May 12, was a platform for industry and academic scientists and about 100 students to convince 300 guests that atomic level manufacturing — nanotechnology — will be the industrial revolution of the 21st century.
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