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Toronto Nanotechnology Lecture – May 17, 2005

May 13, 2005

The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance in collaboration with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers are pleased to announce a 9-part lecture series in Toronto taking place between September 2004 and May 2005 and covering diverse applications of nanotechnology.

The final lecture will feature:

Dr. Uwe Urb
University of Toronto

Lecture:
The Way Forward – A Roadmap for the Future
Tuesday, May 17, 2005
Reception 6:15, Lecture 7 pm
Airport Board of Trade
830 Dixon Road
Etobicoke, Ontario

To reserve a place, please contact:
Peter Mulcaster
905-316-2307
imechec@attglobal.net
www.imeche-ccb.org

Further information on the lecture can be found here (PDF)

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Contact:

Neil Gordon P.Eng, MBA
President, Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance
407 St. Laurent Boulevard, Suite 500
Montréal, Québec, Canada H2Y 2Y5
Tel: (514) 351-7878 ext 299
Cell: (514) 813-7936
Fax: (514) 351-7545
email: neil.gordon@nanobusiness.ca
Website: www.nanobusiness.ca

Dr. Uri Sagman, MD, FRCP(C)
Executive Director
Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance
446 Spadina Road, Suite 310
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5P 3M2
Tel: 416-351-0208
Cell: 416-436-6640
Fax: 416-351-0410
email usagman@usagman.com
website: www.nanobusiness.ca

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