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April 23rd, 2007
Tiny technology is very big deal
There will be some teeny tiny discussions going on in Akron for the next two days.
The city is hosting the fourth Ohio Nanotechnology Summit at the John S. Knight Center, an opportunity for businesses and academic researchers to share news and look for partners in their atomic-scale world.
Nanotechnology, a catch-all phrase for engineered products no larger than a human hair, ranges from the region's well-known polymer players, to the emerging fuel-cell industry, to as-yet unheralded advancements in fabric and film.
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