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January 17th, 2007
Kalam also narrated the life stories of Albert Einstein, CV Raman, Stephen Hawking, Chandrashekhar Subramaniam and Konstantin Tsiolkovsky before proceeding to answer questions posed by some of the students.
Stressing that information technology was not all that human life required, Kalam said the future belonged to the life sciences. "In the future, a convergence of IT, biotechnology and nanotechnology will have the maximum impact on human life," he said.
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