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US-Africa and Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative (USACANI) Workshop is scheduled for June 21-26, 2009 at Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago

US-African and Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative (USACANI)

Trinidad | Posted on February 20th, 2009

The workshop will bring together nanoscisence and nanotechnology leaders to discuss on nanoernergy (solar cell), nanomedicine-drug delivery and vaccines for cures and prevention of HIV/AIDS, cholera, tumor, cancer, malaria, tuberclosis, etc; nanostrategy and policies, nanofinancing, nanosensors, nanofiltration, nanoeducation, nanoagriculture, etc that are crucial to US, Africa and the Caribbean all round development. Program includes tours around the beautiful Island of Trinidad and Tobago. The President of Trinidad and Tobago; George Richard will deliver a keynote speech. The tri-partite of academia, policy makers and private sector will be represented in this prestigious gathering.

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