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Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2003 - August 18-22, 2003

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2003.  Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif.

Presenting the latest nanoscience and nanotechnology concepts, this year's Stanford Engineering & Science Institute will explore the promise of a wide range of exciting new products and applications capable of transforming and redefining many industries. Topics include: biochips, novel patterning techniques, nanoelectronics, nanotubes and more. Register by July 18 and save $200. Call 650-723-9041 or visit:

Imagine a disruptive technology so powerful that it will give rise to desktop molecular-scale product manufacturing, cellular repair to cure diseases, clean supplies of abundant energy, highly efficient environmental protection and restoration, and a wide range of other far-reaching applications. Nanotechnology and its nanoscience foundation offer such prospects.

The convergence of nanoscience, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive science creates tremendous opportunities for the improvement of industrial productivity and quality of human life. Companies that fail to prepare for the potentially broad impact of nanotechnology may run a significant business risk and become irrelevant.

The Stanford Engineering & Science Institute brings together some of the world's leading experts for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2003, a five-day program for industry and academia to explore this exciting field from fundamentals to advanced topics in the field.


Nicole Evans
ProEd Program Coordinator

Reprinted with premission.
Copyright Stanford Engineering and Science Institute.

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