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Nanotechnology Discussion in San Francisco on March 18th
San Francisco, California. March 16th, 2004
If Nanotechnology is something that sparks your interest or you have a great idea and would like to brainstorm with a group of fellow enthusiasts, then the San Francisco Bay Area Nanotechnology Discussion is something you would enjoy.
The Bay Area Nanotechnology Discussion is a group of individuals who bring experiences from very diverse backgrounds. Some of us have worked many years in fields related to Nanotechnology; and some have read articles about Nanotechnology and want to know what all the excitement is about.
We meet bi-monthly and would like to encourage experienced professionals and those with general interest to attend. We will be meeting next at 8:00pm at the Borders Bookstore in the Stonestown Shopping Center in San Francisco on Thursday, March 18th.
Requirements for joining this discussion: an open mind, and an interest in Nanotechnology. We are all there to lean and be challenged by one another, so group participation is essential to making this a success.
Some of the major foci include, but are not limited to:
- In what kinds of applications is Nanotechnology being utilized?
- What tools are being used for the implementation of these technologies?
- Who is using these technologies?
- What are some major drawbacks?
- What does the future hold for Nanotechnology in the Bay Area.
While we usually don't break out in formulas, we have discussed matters at a fairly detailed level.
For contact information and directions, please visit www.humanarchive.org/BAND.html
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