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NanoCenter to Host First NanoDay

NanoCenter to Host First NanoDay

The Maryland NanoCenter will sponsor the first NanoDay on Friday, May 12, at the Chemistry Building and the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building on the University of Maryland, College Park campus.

NanoDay will showcase the university's strengths in nano and nano-biology through presentations, poster sessions, lab tours in the new state-of-the-art Kim Building and an open house of relevant programs and collaborations.

The Maryland Nanocenter is a joint effort of the A. James Clark School of Engineering, the College of Chemical and Life Sciences and the College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences.

Industry leaders, potential collaborators, government officials, university administrators, faculty, staff, students and other guests are encouraged to attend and can register online.

April 25, 2006

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