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November 21st, 2006
India, UK discuss nano-technology
Nano-technology can be utilised for numerous purposes and so countries across the globe are making huge investments in the newly-emerged sector.
Eminent scientists gathered in the city to discuss development of the technology and its utilisation for meaningful purposes. Over a dozen Indian scientists and 14 UK-based scientists, interacted in conference on nano-technology, held on Tuesday.
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