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Abstract:
MNBC brings together global industry leaders and representatives from many of the world's top "small tech" R&D and manufacturing sites, research institutions, and government agencies and is widely considered the best of all such regional conferences. The PNW is quickly becoming a recognized hot spot for the critical issue of commereicalizing the large federal investment in nano and microscale technology research, so we invite your participation in this event. Online registration is available at www.micronbc.org

2008 Micro Nano Breakthrough Conference

Vancouver, WA | Posted on May 22nd, 2008

Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute and Washington Technology Center re pleased to present the Micro Nano Breakthrough Conference "Science, Networking and Commercialization for the Micro- and Nano-enabled Economy" on September 8-10, 2008 at the Hilton Hotel in Vancouver, Washington.

This fifth annual conference has emerged as the premier Nanoscience and Microtechnologies research and business event in the Pacific Northwest. Join over 300 industry leaders, researchers, academics, entrepreneurs, investors, and tech transfer professionals to discuss the issues and opportunities inherent in commercializing small tech innovation.

If you are involved in the transformation from discovery and development to commercialization of products this conference is for you.

Presentations on:

-Nanoelectronics
-Nanoscale Lithography
-Printed Electronics
-Green Nanotechnologies
-Nanomaterial-biological Interactions, EHS
-Nano-bio Technologies: Tools and Diagnostics
-Nanotechnology for Energy
-Nanomaterials for Electro-optics
-Novel Photovoltaic & Luminescent Devices
-Micro-Energy and Chemical Systems
-Micropower & Batteries
-Nanotechnology and Forest Products
-Nanoscale Measurement and Characterization
-Nanophotonics and Optics
-Nanomedicine - Therapies and Clinical Applications

Registration fee includes special half-day parallel sessions:
-Nanotechnology 101 for Business and Technical Professionals
-Commercialization, Technology Transfer and IP Protection

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Contacts:
Robert D. "Skip" Rung
President and Executive Director
Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute
541.713.1331

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