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October 17 Panel Discusses Nanotechnology's Current and Future Role in Region's Economy
Merrimack Valley Venture Forum Examines 'Nano Effect' on New England Business
LOWELL, MA | Posted on October 15th, 2007
A panel of industry experts will address the impact nanotechnology is having on the economies of the Merrimack Valley and New England during the Merrimack Valley Venture Forum's October meeting. Industry experts will provide a state of the industry assessment of nanotech, including R&D, industry applications, and the opportunities and challenges for new business ventures focused on innovating in the nanotech market.
Panelists participating in this discussion include Barbara Goode (moderator), editor, Small Times magazine, and Dr. Ahmed Busnaina, director of the Nanotech Manufacturing Center at Northeastern University.
* The Nano Effect on New England Business
* Wednesday, October 17, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
* Wannalancit Mill, 600 Suffolk Street, Lowell, Mass
Networking and hors d'oeuvres precede the panel discussion, and attendees are encouraged to participate in additional networking follow the event.
About Merrimack Valley Venture Forum (MVVF)
The non-profit Merrimack Valley Venture Forum (MVVF) provides practical, hands-on educational seminars, business resources, and networking opportunities focused encouraging success for the Merrimack Valley's technology industrial revolution.
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