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March 17th, 2004

Applied Nanotech to Discuss Nanotech Related Public Policies

Abstract:
Nano-Proprietary, Inc. today announced that Dr. Zvi Yaniv, CEO of its subsidiary Applied Nanotech, a premier research and commercialization organization dedicated to developing applications for nanotechnology, has been invited to participate in two nanotechnology related panel discussions in Washington D.C. in March. By invitation of the Foresight and Governance Project and the Meridian Institute, Dr. Yaniv will participate in "Dialog on Nanotechnology and Intellectual Property" on March 30th. On April 1st, Dr. Yaniv will participate in the NanoScience Exchange and Foley & Lardner panel entitled "Nanotechnology, U.S. Manufacturing and Job Retention."

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