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September 3rd, 2007
Nanotechnology experts meet at Donostia-San Sebastian's Kursaal
The Kursaal Centre in Donostia-San Sebastian is sheltering from Monday, September 3, to Friday, September 7, a congress on nanotechnology trends.
Over 400 researchers from all over the world will attend the meeting; John Pendry and Sumilo Ijima, among others. There will be 60 lecturers of well-known international prestige that will talk about their latest research in nanoscience and nanotechnology.
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