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NanoScience + Engineering 2013 - Part of SPIE Optics + Photonics

25 Aug 2013 - 29 Aug 2013 - San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA



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Plan to attend NanoScience + Engineering, one of the largest nanotechnology conferences of its kind. Nanotechnology holds the key to solving many global issues, especially in energy and medicine. It's your research that enables important progress towards solutions. With more than 800 technical presentations learn the latest from noted plenary speakers; attend specially designed courses for those working in the field; visit exhibiting companies that are taking the science of nanotechnology to applications. NanoScience + Engineering will provide the networking opportunities you need to stay current and the information you need to advance understanding of the field. Don't miss the NanoScience + Engineering plenary and technical events.

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Customer Service P.O. Box 10 Bellingham,
WA 98227 United States
+1 360 676 3290
 customerservice@spie.org

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