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February 21st, 2007
BSU research team presents findings
A Boise State University research team will present its findings on nanoparticles at an international conference Feb. 12-16.
Denise Wingett, a biology professor at BSU, will present the team's research at the Keystone Symposia's Conference on Nanotechnology in Biomedicine in Tahoe City, Calif.
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