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Now is the time to submit your own research or nominate a colleague for consideration for the Foresight Institute Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology.
Two prizes, one for theoretical and one for experimental work, will be awarded to researchers whose recent work has most advanced the achievement of Feynman's goal for nanotechnology: molecular manufacturing, defined as the construction of atomically-precise products through the use of molecular machine systems.
Established in honor of Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman, the prizes will be presented at the:
1st Symposium On Molecular Machine Systems
October 22, 2004
Crystal City Marriott Hotel,
Washington, DC USA
An award of $5,000 will be given in each category to the top submission selected by the committee. details here
HOW TO SUBMIT
Individual submissions are preferred, but teams of two or three will be considered. Submission must arrive by June 30, 2004. details here
AREAS OF CONSIDERATION
Research areas considered relevant to MNT (e.g., molecular manufacturing and molecular machine systems) include but are not limited to:
Information should be submitted by email attachment, URL, or on CD--no paper, please. Files may be sent in these formats: txt, html, doc, or pdf. Graphics may be sent in any browser-readable format.
Please put information in attachments rather than in the body of an email.
Nominations must state which Prize is being applied for (Experimental or Theoretical); have a summary with the nominee's address, telephone, and (if possible) fax and email address; and must include at least one (ideally, all) of the following:
Submissions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or CDs mailed to Foresight Institute at the postal address below, to arrive by June 30, 2004. Contact information should be included for nominator as well as nominee. Finalists may be contacted for additional information.
About Foresight Institute
Foresight is the leading public interest organization in nanotechnology. A non-profit educational think tank, Foresight Institute was founded in 1986.
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