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The 2007 Ohio Nanotechnology Summit (ONS) is the largest statewide event involving business, universities and federal research institutions throughout Ohio and the country to discuss cutting-edge and ongoing nanotechnology research and commercialization. The ONS will offer a unique opportunity to get a first-hand perspective on the potential that this exciting technical field holds. The 2007 program will feature four main areas: Nano Materials, Nano Processing, Nano Biomedical and Nano Photonics and Electronics.
Third Annual Ohio Nanotechnology Summit Set for April 24-25, in Akron, Ohio
AKRON, OH | Posted on March 5th, 2007
Jack Uldrich, internationally-acclaimed nanotechnology consultant and the author of The Next Big Thing is Really Small: How Nanotechnology Will Change the Future of Your Business will demonstrate why nanotechnology is vital to the future of Ohio's economy. He will describe the concrete steps that Ohio's business, political and educational can - and must - begin taking today in order to prepare for the sweeping changes that nanotechnology will create tomorrow.
The goals of this year's summit are to provide an update of Ohio's nanotechnology research and commercialization activities, deliver perspectives from national nanotechnology experts regarding Ohio's efforts, and foster and promote new and existing collaborations leading to increased economic development opportunities. Ohio has a vast support system for nanotechnology research and commercialization activities and is poised to capture a significant portion of the estimated $3 trillion, worldwide, in new products and services by the year 2015.
CEOs and CTOs; research and development professionals; scientists and engineers; technology transfer officers; investors; state and local government officials; economic development professionals; military representatives; professional and academic administrators; and graduate students.
Tuesday, April 24, 2007, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday, April 25, 2007, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
John S. Knight Center
77 East Mill Street
Akron, OH 44308
Available on a complimentary basis to media representatives - please contact individuals listed below.
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