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Nano Summit Research Conference
June 22, 2005
The Nano Summit Research Conference provides a forum for medical, natural science and engineering researchers and students in Texas to meet each other and exchange information on areas of expertise. The conference informs the research community in each major institution about major research activities in the respective institutions that are related to nanoscience or which might benefit from a nanoscience perspective. The conference is also useful to corporate R&D persons who need to understand what research is being done in Texas on basic nanotechnology research including material science, life sciences energy and electronic/semiconductor applications.
The 2005 Nano Summit will be held July 28 at the Hornberger Conference Center in the Texas Medical Center. The event will feature about 17 exciting speakers and a poster session.
For more information, please visit www.nanotechfoundation.org/WWO.html
Source: Nanotechnology Foundation of Texas
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