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Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum 2004Berkeley, CA. April 29th, 2004
WHAT: Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum 2004, a day-long conference designed to bring together University of California, Berkeley, students, alumni and Bay Area professionals interested in nanotechnology.
Nanotechnology is often presented as the "next big thing" for Silicon Valley, but how realistic is this? The forum will present the views of local entrepreneurs and businesspeople on practical near-term applications and unique career opportunities offered in the burgeoning nanotechnology area.
"This event also is an opportunity to demonstrate the leadership of UC Berkeley in nanotechnology," said UC Berkeley MBA student Marcel Roche, co-president with mechanical engineering graduate student Ryan Layton of the Berkeley Nanotechnology Club (COE).
The forum is being co-organized by students in the College of Chemistry, College of Engineering, College of Letters and Science, Haas School of Business and School of Law (Boalt Hall).
For a detailed agenda, click here
Contact: Marcel Roche
(415) 939-4758 (cell)
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