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Home > Press > The Sixth Annual National Nanoengineering Conference returns to Boston on November 12-13

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Tech Briefs Media Group, (TBMG), a leading B2B publisher of content for engineering and technical professionals announced today the sixth annual National Nano Engineering Conference 2008 (NNEC), the premier event focused on current and future developments in engineering innovations at the nanoscale, as well as the commercialization of nanotechnology. The event is now open for registration. Limited press badges will also be available. For more information, please visit www.nasatech.com/nano.

The Sixth Annual National Nanoengineering Conference returns to Boston on November 12-13

Boston, MA | Posted on September 3rd, 2008

The NNEC returns to Boston on November 12th & 13th at the Colonnade Hotel and will include technical presentations and exhibits from companies leading the nanotechnology industry. The event kicks off with a special Aerospace & Defense workshop sponsored by the Institute of Defense and Government Advancement.

Featured speakers at the event also include Cherry Murray, Principal Associate Director for Science and Technology, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Jurron Bradley, Senior Analyst at Lux Research; Sang Choi, Senior Research Scientist at NASA Langley Research Center; Joseph Riemer, President of Sono-Tek Corporation; and David Lashmore, Co-founder, Vice President & Chief Technology Officer of Nanocomp Technologies. The Nano50 Awards will also be presented during the conference, showcasing the top innovators, technologies and products in nanotechnology.

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