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Rapid Bio-synthesis of nanoparticles from bacteria and fungus, synthesis of TiO2 nanoparticles and its industrial applications, targeted drug delivery in treatment of cancer.
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At 6:17am on April 6, 2011,
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How ru shankari

hows ur nano studies moving, u have magnetic looks

At 7:37am on September 11, 2010,
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Sreedhar Mareddy
hi..which process u adopted to synthesis tio2 ..as tio2 has many applications in nanoelectronics
At 6:59am on September 10, 2010,
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hi welcome to our community have a nice day
At 11:03am on August 1, 2010,
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shah Ashraf
Dear Shankari

Do read and recommend. Your Chohan sb. has been acknowledged. Shah
At 11:02am on August 1, 2010,
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shah Ashraf

Narosa Publishing House is pleased to announce the release of

Principles of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

M. A. Shah

Tokeer Ahmad
At 6:46am on July 24, 2010,
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Hello.... Have u completed ur masters in nanotechnology
At 4:24pm on July 8, 2010,
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sandeep mandava
so which year are you????

is your project got started??
At 4:18pm on July 8, 2010,
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sandeep mandava
that's well.......
At 8:36am on July 8, 2010,
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Dr. V. Tharmaraj
hi how r u, thank u for u r friendship keep it touch with me bye take care.
At 6:06pm on July 5, 2010,
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sandeep mandava

do your college has two courses on NANO.....???
here means VIT UNIVERSITY...... :)

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