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January 9th, 2007

Bangkok to host nanotech seminar

Abstract:
Thailand will play host next week to a major nanotechnology seminar that is expected to draw more than 300 scientists to Bangkok to discuss trends in the relatively new field, organisers said on Tuesday.

It will be the second such seminar organized in Asia by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Nano Technology Council (IEEE-NTC), said Wiwat Tanthaphanichkul, director of Thailand's National Nanotechnology Centre (NanoTech).

Source:
bangkokpost.com

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