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March 13th, 2007
NSTI Invites TTOs and TLOs to Global Technology Showcase
On Wednesday, May 23, we will host a Global Technology Showcase at the Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, in conjunction with NSTI Nanotech, CleanTech and the TechConnect Summit. This reception will be attended by all business and technology conference attendees, providing a unique 10 year benchmark of research, technology and commercialization, especially in the areas of nanotechnology and clean technology, from around the globe.
We invite Nanotechnology Research Centers, Regional Nanotech/Economic Initiatives and Technology Licensing Offices to participate. Selected organizations will be granted a complimentary tabletop and poster-stand at the Nanotech 2007 Networking Reception to showcase their Institute, IP, Regional Initiative or Organization. Each participating organization must have at least one (1) registered conference attendee to attend their table-top/booth.
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