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March 12th, 2010

Daily Q&A with Jim D. Mason

Abstract:
Jim D. Mason is executive director of the Oklahoma Nanotechnology Initiative.

Q: Your annual nanotechnology conference is next month, with an eye toward how it can be used in the energy industry. What kind of applications will speakers talk about?

A: NanoFocus 2010 will be held April 1-2 and will feature Nanotechnology Applications for Energy: Batteries, Natural Gas, Oil, Solar and Wind. The conference has a blend of local, state and national speakers with a major focus on areas that Oklahoma companies and university researchers are currently developing new technologies.

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