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What: Media teleconference to announce a unique partnership between Lockheed Martin and Rice University to pursue technology applications in the emerging field of nanotechnology.
Who: Wade Adams, director, Richard E. Smalley Institute, Rice University
Sharon Smith, director, Advanced Technology, Lockheed Martin
Where: Teleconference number: (877) 841-9268
Participant Code: 324709
When: 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (EDT), Monday, April 21
About Rice University
Background: Rice conducts an average of $30 million per year in research on nanoscale science and technology and has one of the strongest nanotechnology patent portfolios among all academic institutions. Lockheed Martin, with more than 3,000 programs across its businesses, serves a diverse federal government customer base in a broad range of technology applications. Together Rice and Lockheed Martin researchers and engineers will explore carbon nanotechnology, photonics, plasmonics and other nanoscience disciplines to address a broad range of technology applications. Areas of concentration will include materials and composites including ultra lightweight, super-strong materials that can have significant implications for people, systems, vehicles and aerospace platforms.
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