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Nanotechnology for Military Applications

May 25, 2005

The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance (CNBA) is proud to participate in the Defence Research and Development Canada Symposium on Disruptive S&T Concepts for the New Military. Neil Gordon’s presentation on “Nanotechnology for Military Applications” can be downloaded here.

Other symposium presentations can be found here.

CNBA is actively involved in nanotechnology initiatives in Canada and across the globe. Aerospace and defense participation includes:

  • CANEUS, a NASA-led initiative between multiple government agencies in the US and allied countries, and the private sector to develop standards, prototypes and collaborative investments in Micro and Nano Technologies (MNTs) for aerospace applications ( and
  • TATRC, the US Army’s Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) - Integrated Research Team on Bio-Medical Nanoscience (link)

Interested parties can contact Neil Gordon at


Neil Gordon P.Eng, MBA
President Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance /
Alliance canadienne du commerce en nanotechnologie
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

Dr. Uri Sagman, MD, FRCP(C)
Executive Director Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance /
Alliance canadienne du commerce en nanotechnologie
446 Spadina Road, Suite 310
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5P 3M2
Tel: 416-351-0242
Cell: 416-436-6640
Fax: 416-351-0410

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