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The 1st Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology: Research, Applications, and Policy is next week.
1st Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology: Research, Applications, and Policy
October 22-24, 2004
Crystal City Marriott Hotel
Washington, DC area
The 1st Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology:
Research, Applications, and Policy is next week.
There is still time to register.
Each day is dedicated to in-depth exploration and discussion of a
critical area driving molecular manufacturing: research status,
disruptive applications, and policy issues.
Friday, October 22nd is designed for researchers and technologists.
Saturday and Sunday, October 23rd and 24th, are designed to make
nanotechnology understandable and accessible to public policy
professionals, public interest representatives,
professional/trade association representatives, investors, the
media, students, and the general public.
For full schedule click here
To review Abstracts follow click here
Over 30-Speakers, October 22-24 (Friday-Sunday)
Luncheon Address, October 22 (Friday)
Keynote Speaker, October 22 (Friday)
Foresight Feynman Prize Gala Banquet, October 22 (Friday)
Poster Sessions, October 22-24 (Friday-Sunday)
Student Network Event, October 23 (Saturday)
Privacy Debate - October 23 (Saturday)
Special Interest Groups, October 22-24 (Friday-Sunday)
Foresight Institute offers you several
registration options to the 1st Conference
on Advanced Nanotechnology.
Each day of the conference is dedicated to
in-depth exploration and discussion of a
critical area driving molecular manufacturing:
- Research status on Friday
- Disruptive applications on Saturday
- Policy issues on Sunday
Attendees can customize the conference to
meet their specific interests by using the
one-day, two-day, or three-day option.
Individuals representing commercial, academic and government
agencies are attending this first of its kind conference. Below
is a partial list of companies being represented at this conference.
- AAAS Environmental Fellow
- ACUNU Millennium Project
- Air Force Logistics Management Agency
- Artificial Heart Fund
- Bank One
- Biomedical Engineering Dept., Tel Aviv Univ.
- Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
- Delaware Legislative Council
- Harvard University
- Estee Lauder
- GE Global Research Center
- General Dynamics AIS
- George Mason University
- Health Canada - Office of Biotechnology & Science
- Helsinki University of Technology
- Hokushin Corporation of America
- HP Labs
- Johns Hopkins University
- Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
- MIT / Northeastern University
- National Aeronautics & Space Administration
- National Institutes of Health / NINDS
- Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
- NSERC Nano Innovation Platform
- Princeton University
- Rensselaer / University of Virginia
- Rice University
- Society of Manufacturing Engineers
- Tohoku University
- U.S. International Trade Commission
- USC Lab for Molecular Robotics
Sponsors - 1st Advanced Nanotechnology Conference
Draper Fisher Jurvetson www.dfj.com
Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk and Rabkin www.howardrice.com
Sponsor - 1st Symposium on Molecular Machines Systems (Friday Research)
Sun Microsystems, Inc.www.sun.com
Foresight Institute is the leading think tank and
public interest organization focused on
nanotechnology. Formed in 1986 by K. Eric Drexler
and Christine Peterson, Foresight dedicates itself
to providing education, policy development, and
networking to maximize benefits and minimize
downsides of molecular manufacturing.
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Palo Alto, CA 94306 USA
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