Overview of activities in nanotechnologies

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Overview of activities in nanotechnologies

Time: November 24, 2010 to November 25, 2010
Location: Paul Verlaine University, Metz, France
City/Town: Université Paul Verlaine, Metz
Website or Map: http://www.nanotech-data.com
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Dr. Michael R. Koblischka
Latest Activity: Nov 23, 2010

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The NANODATA project invites you to their two-days event in Metz, France: Conference on Nanotechnology, applications and research. Presentations of companies, education institutions, posters, etc.

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