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May 3rd, 2007
Deadline Nears on Call for Technical and Student Papers at NANOTX07
The Friday, May 4 deadline for submissions in Technical & Business Focus, and Student Forum Papers, is fast approaching.
NanoTX'07 is an International Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Expo ( www.nanotx.biz ), held at the Dallas Convention Center on October 3-4, 2007 in Dallas, Texas.
The Technical Focus areas include:
o Carbon nanotubes
These topics should contain current results from investigations, new theories and planned investigations. Focus area speeches will be 20 minutes in length including Q&A. Additional papers may be selected for the Technical Focus poster session. Each confirmed speaker and poster session participant will receive a complimentary full conference pass (including the trade expo) and an invitation to the Legends Reception on October 2, 2007.
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