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April 6th, 2007
A conference, set to take place in May, is being held on the advantages and risks of nanomaterials in the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry - focusing on different issues that may cause concern in these markets.
Held at the Institute of Technology in Chartres, France, the conference will firstly explain to attendees a basic overview of what the term 'nanomaterials' means, before delving deeper into how it can help, and hinder both industries.
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