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April 16th, 2007
National Nanotechnology Manufacturing Center holds inaugural symposium
The inaugural symposium for the National Nanotechnology Manufacturing Center (NNMC) in Swainsboro, Georgia, held Apr. 2 - 3, attracted more than 100 attendees.
NNMC is a non-profit entity that will serve as a clearing-house for projects involving manufacturing in the nano and micro scales for both military and commercial use. The result of a partnership between the Joint Development Authority, The U. S. Army's Picatinny Arsenal (Picatinny, NJ), and Georgia nanoFAB (Cartersville, GA), the center is reportedly the first of its kind.
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