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December 19th, 2006
Nanotechnology and complexity: Building functionalities...
A seminar this coming Friday, December 21, at the Observatory for Micro and Nanotechnologies in Paris, France, will deal with the complexity and multidisciplinarity inherent in nanotechnologies. The title of the 1-day seminar is Nanotechnology and complexity: Building functionalities from multitude.
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