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At 3:55pm on August 9, 2009,
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David Freiberg
Well, I don't so much work as go to school; I am still a high school student. I hope to get a career in nanotech, though.
At 1:49pm on August 9, 2009,
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Prof dr Nenad Ignjatovic
Thank you gor adding me as your friend. You can find detail of my work in http://www.itn.sanu.ac.rs/nenadignjatovicen.htm
At 12:27pm on August 9, 2009,
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N.J.Suthan Kissinger
Hai Mr.Venkataesan..thank you for adding me as your friend..I hope we met in Jeonju with Dr.Jai..Have nice day...Add me in gmail...my gmail \I.D is suthanjk@gmail.com
At 6:51am on August 9, 2009,
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I have just finished Msc materials science and joined joined IGCAR for Phd......what I meant was nanomaterials are only a part of broader field of materials research when i say materials research I mean study of all types of materials
At 5:48am on August 9, 2009,
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no I don't work on bionano ....I am more in materials research

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