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November 20th, 2007
PTEN plans 2008 Nano conference
The Piedmont Triad Entrepreneurial Network will host the 2008 edition of its annual N.C. Nanotech Conference on March 26 and 27 at Salem College in Winston-Salem.
The conference will touch on a number of topics related to nanotechnology research but will focus on the status and outlook for nanotech commercialization efforts, according to an announcement.
A preview briefing on the conference included updates on Triad-based efforts at Quartek Corp., a High Point-based research firm, and its NanoAccelerator, which hosts a number of early-stage startup companies. The accelerator firms will be among those highlighted at the conference.
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