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July 22nd, 2007
On Aug. 9, the Arlington chamber is hosting a round-table discussion on the commercialization of nanotechnology, one of a handful of such meetings to be held in the country. UT-Arlington was among the early universities to have a nano-fabrication lab, and its nano efforts are one of its strengths.
On tap for the round table is Robert Cresanti, undersecretary for technology policy at the Commerce Department.
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