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March 29th, 2007
The University of New Hampshire will host its third annual nanotechnology conference for New Hampshire-based K-12 teachers April 4.
The event will feature six workshops and a keynote address given by Christopher J. Bosso, professor and director of the Nanotechnology and Society Research Group at Northeastern University. Bosso's keynote address is entitled "Societal Concerns about Nanotechnology "" And Not What You Think."
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