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November 14th, 2007
MIT webcast 'It's a small world'
On November 15, the MIT Alumni Association, in conjunction with regional Clubs, is planning a webcast and reception for alumni in Cambridge and around the world. The broadcast, tentatively entitled "It's a Small World", will include a panel of three MIT faculty members, from a variety of disciplines and research areas, discussing the various aspects of nanotechnology and the ways in which MIT is paving the way in the field of nanotechnology.
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