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August 24th, 2007
Scientists and physicians explore the coming of nanobiotechnology
The future of medicine and medical research is likely to prominently feature nanobiotechnology - new technology for biology and medicine that works at the nanoscale, creating and manipulating materials only billionths of a meter in size to do revolutionary new medical work at the cellular and sub-cellular level.
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Carolinas Medical Center are hosting "Nanotechnology in Biology and Medicine," a one-day conference on nanotechnology's potential impact on medicine on November 5, 2007. A pre-conference tutorial and roundtable discussion to provide a background for general audiences is planned for the afternoon of November 4.
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