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To celebrate cutting-edge research conducted this year in nanotechnology, the Berkeley Nanotechnology Club (BNC) will be hosting our annual, 2012 Nanotechnology Forum on Saturday, April 14th on the UC Berkeley campus in Sutardja Dai Hall from 9am-5:30pm. The event will cover a wide range of topics from cyborg insects to plastic electronics and energy storage. Registration and our list of lectures can be found at berkeleynanoclub.com/BNF.aspx.
Participants can also submit posters regarding their nanotech research to our Nano Poster Session/Competition! This year, accepted posters will be presented in Sutardja Dai Hall at our Nano Forum, and reviewed by our guest speakers. Outstanding researchers will be recognized and showcased on our website. Take this golden opportunity to present your poster to our elite group of speakers, and share your achievements with those who are passionate about nanotechnology! Submit abstracts to: bnf2012posters.eventbrite.com/.
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