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Oakland University will host the first annual Michigan Alliance in Nano Science & Engineering (MANSE) symposium on May 14, 2007 at their Rochester , Michigan campus. Dr. Craig R. Friedrich, from Michigan Technological University will deliver the keynote address titled "Research Trends in Nanoscale Science & Engineering."

First Annual Michigan Alliance in Nano Science & Engineering (MANSE) to be held at Oakland University

Rochester, MI | Posted on March 26th, 2007

The symposium intends to create a platform for researchers and entrepreneurs in the fields of nano-scale science and engineering to exchange ideas and promote inter-disciplinary, multi-institutional collaboration. Participants of the MANSE symposium are expected to acquire knowledge of the latest research findings and to identify new partners in other institutions.

The event is co-sponsored by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Michigan Small Tech Association, Oakland University and Oakland County Planning & Economic Development. Sponsorships are still available.


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Dr. T.C. Yih, PhD, PE
Oakland University
Vice Provost for Research
Office of Grants, Contracts, & Sponsored Research
Rochester, Michigan 48309-4401
Phone (248) 370-2555

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