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Welcome to the Nano.gov Publications Database. This database includes NNI publications and brochures, workshop and technical reports, PowerPoint presentations and slides from workshops, and a variety of additional resources. You can search one of two ways: 1) Click the quick links below for some of the more popular searches; or 2) Check one or more boxes from the list of parameters in the search engine below and click the search button. All search results are in chronological order.  

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