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July 2nd, 2007

Nanotechnology for clean energy, water: IEEE event

This Friday, July 6, is the deadline for early registration for 3rd Annual Symposium on nanotech put on by the IEEE SF Bay Area Nanotechnology Council. The focus this year is on "Creating a Sustainable Environment," especially with respect to clean energy and clean water. As a longtime IEEE member, I'm glad to see the organization stepping up to these key Challenges. There's also a session on career requirements and employment opportunities, for all you aspiring nanotech innovators.


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