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November 12th, 2007

3rd Annual Minnesota Nanotechnology Conference

Abstract:
Once again, the University of Minnesota is hosting our annual Nanotechnology Conference. This two-day event offers presentations and discussions on topics including Nano Energy, Devices, Sensors and Materials. The conference includes talks from top nano researchers from the University of Minnesota and around the country. In addition to the presentations, there will also be a reception and poster session - a wonderful opportunity to network, enjoy refreshments and view the poster exhibit while talking one-on-one with researchers about their work. Registration is required to attend this conference, but there is no registration fee. Registration includes attendance to both days' presentations and the November 13th reception and poster session. Continental breakfast will be provided each day and lunch will be provided on Day 1. To reserve space to attend the conference or poster session or to exhibit in the poster session, contact Becky von Dissen at The deadline for poster exhibition registration is Monday, October 29, 2007. Please reserve your place for the conference talks by Thursday, November 8, 2007. For complete conference details and schedule, visit http://www.nano.umn.edu/conference2007/

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