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At 6:27am on June 23, 2012,
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hi Gebrekidan,

j aime visiter un centre de nanotechnology en france ??

merci bien


At 4:40pm on September 25, 2011,
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Bhushan Kulkarni

hello sir,


I am a student of biotechnology,

was a little late to read ur update about the MIT research on bioengineered bacterial virus powered battery...

i tried for power from serial homemade wine samples,which worked.but that was just a simple electrochemistry work..but to work on something more extensive has seriously been my wish...

i am looking for my short term dissertation project at institutes working on similar lines...but its difficult to find for such here...


application of biology for energy is highly fascinating for me and if there is any possibility for me to work on a project under you please let me know....i assure to stand worth for my consideration...


At 11:25pm on December 31, 2009,
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welcome gebrekidan
At 9:33pm on December 9, 2008,
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At 8:16pm on December 9, 2008,
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