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June 17th, 2005

3rd New England International Nanomanufacturing Workshop

June 21-22, 2005. Nanomanufacturing is expected to be high-volume, high-rate, integrated assembly of nano-elements into commercial products. This involves controlling position, orientation, and interconnectivity of the nano-elements. Increases in worldwide investments over the past few years have propelled nanoscience research scientific breakthroughs to a new level. To ensure that these discoveries lead to commercially viable products, it is important to address fundamental scientific barriers to nanomanufacturing, in parallel with the ongoing nanoscience research. The goal of the workshop is to address moving from laboratory fabrication and prototyping, into industry-floor manufacturing.

Northeastern University

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