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May 6th, 2007
24 Hours of Science
The tiniest devices
Fri. May 11, 7 :30 PM - Armand-Frappier Museum (531 des Prairies) explores the world of nanobiotechnology with Dr. Normand Voyer, director of the Protein Function, Structure and Engineering Research Center and Professor at Laval University.
Explaining nanoscience, nanotechnology and what these disciplines hold in store. "How will they affect our lives? What are the dangers?" Info: (450) 686-5641.
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