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September 24th, 2007
US hosts international conference on biological sciences
The Department of Biology, University of Guyana will host an International Conference on the status of biological sciences in the Caribbean and Latin American societies at Buddy's International Hotel today and tomorrow.
The conference will primarily deal with the dissemination of information on knowledge and scientific research related to Biology in the Caribbean and internationally.
A session will also address the issue of nanotechnology and its implications for Guyana.
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