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The Cambridge Carbon Nanotechnology Society (www.camcntsoc.org) is run by young researchers at the University of Cambridge who share an interest in bucky balls, carbon nanotubes and graphene. The aims of the Society are: 1) to establish a forum for the discussion and promotion of the science and applications of carbon nanotubes and related structures, 2) to maintain awareness of the current developments in the field, and 3) to encourage collaborations and networks between researchers in both academia and industry. Please contact the President at (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in joining.
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