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Science and Society - Next Show
Dr. David Lemberg
Host - Science and Society
San Diego, CA | Posted on September 20, 2006
Dr. David Lemberg, Executive Producer of "Science and Society" announces the show schedule for Friday, 09/22/06, 1PM to 2PM Pacific.
Of particular interest to Nanotechnology Now readers are interviews with:
- Dr. Eric K. Neumann, Senior Director of Product Strategy, Teranode Corporation
- Dr. Michael S. Wong, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Rice University
Dr. Eric Neumann is one of the leaders in the effort to apply Semantic Web technology to the life sciences and pharmaceutical industries. He has 20 years of experience in bioinformatics and semantic technologies development, and has developed knowledge management and Semantic Web standards for various life sciences initiatives.
Dr. Michael Wong’s research has been featured in Scientific American, New Scientist, and Science News. Technology Review magazine recently named him to its coveted TR35 list — a compilation of the world's top 35 innovators under the age of 35. . His research in nanostructured materials is at the cutting edge of chemistry and is extending the traditional boundaries of both chemical engineering and materials science.
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