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July 31st, 2007
Productive Nanosystems: Full program for nanotechnology conference & save $200
The full conference program and brochure are now available for the upcoming Productive Nanosystems Roadmap conference on Oct. 9-10 in the DC area, sponsored by Foresight and SME with support from Battelle.
Productive nanosystems are molecular-scale systems that make other useful materials and devices that are nanostructured. The Technology Roadmap for Productive Nanosystems has examined what can be developed in labs today and then mapped out a step-by-step plan for the pathways of development that must take place to achieve productive nanosystems. The project brought together and coordinated the thinking and activity of key stakeholders who have a role in developing the next generations of nanotechnology. The goal is to provide a common vocabulary and framework that each stakeholder can use for their own business' strategy, investment, research and/or development process.
We hope you'll be able to join the group and explore pathways to programmable, atomically-precise manufacturing.
Foresight members save $200 on registration. If you would like to use this discount, and are already a member or are ready to join, contact for the discount code. —Christine
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