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At 6:16pm on July 27, 2013,
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Terensfin.A
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Dear Dr.Nalini,

Do you remember me???? i do not know when vl u c dis msg. but i am sure u vl get back 2 me. vl wait ......Terensfin.

Kindly Convey my regards to Dr.Ramachandran and all our teams.

Best & Regards

Terensfin

Terensfin

At 8:46am on June 2, 2011,
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sivakumar.c
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hello madam

happy to hear from you i am sivakumar research scholar in st.joseph's college trichy . i want to do phd in nano science so is there have any phd opportunity  please inform me madam now i am doing synthesis of ZnO nano particle and its characterization thank you i will make a discuss often

At 4:34am on November 22, 2010,
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D. Geethalakshmi
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OK mam, thank U.
At 11:28am on November 8, 2010,
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D. Geethalakshmi
said…
Hello Mam, I did not attend that program. That's Y I missed U. U told me during the psg tech visit. I may visit Karunya on 3rd and 4th Dec for conference. I will meet U there. Bye.
At 10:16am on October 30, 2010,
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D. Geethalakshmi
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Hello mam,
How r U. glad to meet u in TINC. I am now doing my literature survey in Hybrid solar cells. i will contact u often.
At 7:37am on October 28, 2010,
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RajaKumar.G
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hello mam, am Rajkumar doing Ph.D., in nanotech wrking with biology, here we doing synthesis of new nps frm biology samples and drug delivery also..
At 2:40pm on October 21, 2010,
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N.J.Suthan Kissinger
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Happy to hear from you..We are working in GaN/InN nanowires by MOCVD also CIGS solar cells by co-sputtering...why dont we do some collaborative work madam. contact me in my mail..so that we can look the possibilities..
At 9:01am on October 19, 2010,
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N.J.Suthan Kissinger
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Halo...Madam,
i heared lot about you.. i was in karunya for 5 years in teh Dept of physics..presently im in south korea as a Post Doc. Came to know that u are the incharge of Nanotehcnology center. Best Wishes..take care and bye..
Please contact me in:suthanjk@gmail.com
At 10:23pm on October 18, 2010,
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TINC
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At 5:40pm on October 18, 2010,
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K. MOHAN
said…
Welcome madam! Looking forward to fruitful discussions and blogs from you on nano tech. I have also a group nano friends for personal interaction. Take a look.
Thank u.

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