Nanotech highlighted at American Chemical Society 2006

We attended the American Chemical Society’s 2006 Spring National Meeting in Atlanta this week, where nanotechnology was one of the three highlighted themes of this 8,000-chemist strong confab, along with energy and drug discovery. Nanotech-related topics ranged from academic sessions like “Chemistry...

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