Thanks for many of you sending your addresses to receive last month's magazine freely... we could accommodate many while few others had to be left out since they replied late. Anyways, having received the copy none posted thanks message (surprisingly) and nobody has written about the magazine... I am not sure if they will now be ready to subscribe it... anyways if any of you found it interesting, do subscribe...

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Comment by Pranay Rushi on January 19, 2011 at 10:53am

I have sent a personal thanks to the mail  through which i was notified in my email.Thank you very much Nano digest team and Jayadev Sir. I found Nano Agriculture(pg 34-39),Nano talk (Stefan Bill Interview) educative and interesting. I wish to see the magazine covering all the areas (Bio,NEMS,CVD for Materials and etc) in their future editions. It will be helpful for prospective students like me, if you also provide scientific theories or findings (just 2-3 pages) in the nano technology world.

Thank you once again.

 


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Comment by Prof. Dr. Magdy Motawie on January 18, 2011 at 7:32pm
Many thanks for this magasine

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