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February 19th, 2007
Australian expertise showcased at Nanotech Japan
Australia's nanotechnology companies will be on display over the next few days at Nanotech Japan, the largest nanotechnology trade show in the Asia Pacific.
Australian Industry, Tourism and Resources Minister Ian Macfarlane says the involvement of companies such as Ansell, Cochlear, Merit Merrell Technology and Orica shows the vibrancy and capability of Australia's nanotechnology sector.
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