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June 21st, 2006
2006 U.S.-EU Summit Progress Report
Following the commitment at the 2004 Dromoland Summit to further transatlantic economic integration, the June 2005 U.S.-EU Summit launched the "Initiative to Enhance Transatlantic Economic Integration and Growth."
Transatlantic conferences have been held on the medical and health aspects of nanotechnology. A possible coordinated call for research proposals in the field of nano(eco)toxicology is being examined.
Preparing for Nano
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Technical Seminar at ANFoS 2012 August 22nd, 2012
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A new way to make microstructured surfaces: Method can produce strong, lightweight materials with specific surface properties July 29th, 2014