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February 9th, 2007
World's top thinkers come together
Leading Scientists from around the world will come together in Wellington next week to share their latest findings in the areas of nanotechnology and advanced materials and to celebrate the life of their esteemed colleague Professor Alan MacDiarmid who was expected to speak at the conference but sadly died on Wednesday.
Nobel Prize winners, Professor Stephen Chu and Professor Sir Harold Kroto will meet with other leading names in science such as Professor Sir John Pendry at AMN-3, an international conference, hosted by the MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology which is situated at Victoria University of Wellington.
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