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April 18th, 2007
Putin visiting Kurchatov Institute
Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived at Moscow's Kurchatov Institute to hold a meeting on the development of nanotechnology.
He will also see an exposition of the center's advanced developments and projects.
The Kurchatov Institute is multi-discipline research center with an extensive experimental base in nuclear technology and microelectronics.
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