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May 28th, 2009

Next Big Future at the Singularity University July 16, 2009

Abstract:
The Singularity University plans to offer a 9 week course this summer from 27 June - 29 Aug 2009, at NASA Research Park at Moffet Field. In March, the Singularity University had received preliminary applications from 1300 potential students for 40 slots.

On Thursday, July 16th (11:30-12:30), Brian Wang of Next Big Future will speak on the "Latest Developments in Nanotechnology".

This talk will cover the latest in self assembly, DNA nanotechnology, but also stuff with graphene, carbon nanotubes, particles, drug delivery, Reprap and other desktop fabrication systems.

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