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November 29th, 2006

Impressive array of speakers for event

Abstract:
These exciting end-of-year expos & symposia in Cambridge and Oxford are organised by Cambridge Investment Research Ltd and feature Sir Digby Jones, Dr Hermann Hauser, Prof Mike Gregory, Prof Pete Dobson, Sir Robin Saxby and Lord Oxburgh. Cutting-edge companies and technologies will be showcased. Both events address micro & nanotech HVM among other topics.

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