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June 6th, 2006

Fast Tracking Technology Transfer

Abstract:
Private industry's increasing frustration with university research and its slow movement into the commercial marketplace will be the main focal point of The Venture Forum's Technology Innovation Showcase at the Forum's 11th annual event. The two-day conference will be held for the first time in Silicon Valley on June 28th and 29th at the San Jose Convention Center.

Innovative technologies at the Tech Transfer Pavilion include: NanoH2O, LLC (UCLA) -- An early-stage partnership commercializing nanotechnology research to develop the next generation of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes for water desalination and reuse.

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