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February 5th, 2008

Conference on nanomaterial toxicology

Lucknow: Nanoscience is one of the most emerging branches of chemistry. It has the widest use in pharmaceutical industry and drug delivery is one area that is majorly getting affected by it.

This was stated by Mukul Das, president, Indian Nanoscience Society, in the inaugural session of the three-day international conference on 'Nanomaterial Toxicology' organised by Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (IITR) in collaboration with Indian Nanoscience Society on Tuesday.


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