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September 10th, 2008

Knowledge Foundation Announces Launch of Next-Generation Website

Abstract:
Website offers members instant access to cutting-edge materials science research and enhanced community networking for important developments in the emerging fields of alternative energy, nanotechnology, and chemical/biological detection technologies.

Story:
The Knowledge Foundation announced the launch of their new website -- www.knowledgefoundation.com. Custom-designed to address the unique needs of those researchers at the forefront of technology commercialization, the new website is highlighted by several innovative features:

* Live conference session webcasts
* Online downloading of the latest Knowledge Press cutting-edge research publications
* Online downloads of past conference webcasts
* Members only discussion groups, chat rooms, forums and blogs
* Members only discounts on conference registration fees and publication purchases


While offering greatly expanded functionality, the new website maintains simple navigation, intuitive design and ease of use. To take a virtual tour or to sign up as a trial member of the Knowledge Foundation Technology Commercialization Alliance, please visit www.knowledgefoundation.com.

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