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Herrenhausen Conference on Nanoscience

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120 experts and junior scientist from all over the world discuss chances, limits and limitations of nanoscience.
120 experts and junior scientist from all over the world discuss chances, limits and limitations of nanoscience.
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Welcome adress by Dr. Wilhelm Krull, Secretary General of the Volkswagen Foundation.
Welcome adress by Dr. Wilhelm Krull, Secretary General of the Volkswagen Foundation.
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The chemist George M. Whitesides, Harvard University, on the future of chemistry.
The chemist George M. Whitesides, Harvard University, on the future of chemistry.
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Second Keynote-Speech by the british Nobel Laureate Harold Kroto.
Second Keynote-Speech by the british Nobel Laureate Harold Kroto.
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Graphic Recorder Mathias Weidbrecht visualizes the speeches.
Graphic Recorder Mathias Weidbrecht visualizes the speeches.
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In the evening, the Volkswagen Foundation invites to dinner.
In the evening, the Volkswagen Foundation invites to dinner.
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Dinner Speech on the subject "Scale-up and Scale-Down: Chemists and Engineers" by Marcel Liauw, RWTH Aachen.
Dinner Speech on the subject "Scale-up and Scale-Down: Chemists and Engineers" by Marcel Liauw, RWTH Aachen.
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Stefan Hell, MPI for biophysical chemistry, Göttingen on "Nanoscopy with focused light".
Stefan Hell, MPI for biophysical chemistry, Göttingen on "Nanoscopy with focused light".
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