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January 13th, 2005
Ohio Nanotechnology Summit
Ohio Lt. Governor and State Development Director Bruce Johnson today announced a statewide summit on nanotechnology March 2 and 3 in Dayton, Ohio. The Ohio Nanotechnology Summit is being championed by the Governor’s Office of Science and Technology and is designed to inventory and share the growing wealth of nanotechnology knowledge in the state, as well as to plan for continued growth.
“We’re looking for everyone involved or interested in nanotechnology –from research to business to education—to take part in this event,” said Johnson “We know Ohio has strengths in this exciting and promising field, and we must work together to inventory those assets and decide what are the next steps to take in order to build on our strengths and advance this technology in Ohio.”
Information on the summit, registration, lodging and sponsorship can be found at the Ohio Nanotechnology Summit Web site at octs.osu.edu under the “workshops” link, or by calling (614) 292-2368.
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