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Evan House, Ph.D., Director, Advanced Materials & Power Systems (AMPS) of Altair Nanotechnologies Inc. (Nasdaq: ALTI), a leading provider of advanced nanomaterials technology used in energy, life sciences and industrial applications, will speak today at 3:00 PM in the 211th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society held at the Hilton Hotel in Chicago, May 6-10.
Altair Nanotechnologies Scientist to Address Nanotech Advancements before Electrochemical Society
RENO, NV | Posted on May 9th, 2007
Dr. House will deliver a presentation entitled "Advancements in Nanoscale Lithium Titanate Oxide Material." The Electrochemical Society's membership includes more than 8,000 scientists and engineers in 70 nations, as well as more than 100 corporations and laboratories.
"Altairnano is at the forefront of a number of exciting advances in the nanotech space and I'm looking forward to providing attendees of The Electrochemical Society meeting in Chicago with new insights and analysis about the innovative work we're doing," said Dr. House.
For more information on the event, please see http://www.electrochem.org
About Altair Nanotechnologies Inc.
Altairnano is an innovator and supplier of advanced novel, ceramic nanomaterials. A seasoned management team complements Altairnano’s leading edge scientists, with substantial experience in commercializing innovative, disruptive technologies. The company has developed nanomaterials for the alternative energy, life sciences and performance materials markets based on its proprietary manufacturing process. This process also provides the foundation for its innovative AHP pigment process.
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