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How nanotechnology products are brought to market

Posted on February 27, 2006

The Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals in partnership with Menlo College, presents:

Alliance Portfolios in Nanotechnology

Wednesday, March 1, 2006
Registration, Networking Reception 5:30-6:30 pm
Presentation 6:30-8:30 pm

Location
Menlo College
Florence Moore Auditorium, 1000 El Camino Real
Atherton, CA 94027

Distinguished Panelists
Christine Peterson, Founder & Vice President of Public Policy, Foresight Nanotech Institute
Shyam Venkatesh, Ph.D., Director, Technology Partnering, BAE, NASA Ames Research
Anthony Waitz, Co-Founder and managing Partner, Quantum Insight, LLC

Online registration available until February 28, 2006.

Program
What is nanotechnology and how products are brought to market through the use of alliances will be discussed at this exciting event. You will learn how to identify and evaluate partners and suppliers. Case studies on how alliances are formed and function among various entities such as research institutes, universities, the government and corporations will be presented. You will get a view into the alliance portfolios and issues surrounding the development and management of nanotech alliances.

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Contact:
JP Kikos
jpk@metavirus.com
650-940-1890

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