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Deadline for submissions: Lux Research invites innovative companies to present at Lux Executive Summit

Lux Research

New York, NY | Posted on April 06, 2006

Lux Research, the world's leading nanotechnology research and advisory firm, today announced that it is now accepting submissions for the Lux Executive Summit Showcase, a premier opportunity for technology companies and innovators to present at the company's 2006 Lux Executive Summit in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Now in its second year, the Lux Executive Summit will be held on October 16-17, 2006 off Harvard University's campus at the Charles Hotel. The event, which draws more than 250 senior technology and business executives, will feature keynote, panel and breakout discussions on how the commercialization of nanotechnology and other emerging technologies will impact industries and fuel economic growth. Lux Research primarily supports large global corporations that are evaluating emerging technologies as growth strategies - as customers, partners, or investors. Last year’s Lux Executive Summit featured more than 40 representatives from corporations with greater than $1 billion in annual revenues accountable for making purchase, partnership, and/or investment decisions in the field of nanotechnology.

The Showcase is open to companies with innovations in the following areas: Life Sciences, Electronics, Semiconductors, Telecommunications, Energy, Materials, and Manufacturing. A total of 12 companies will be selected.

Companies interested in participating at this year’s Summit must contact Lux Research prior to May 31, 2006.

"We expect more than 300 senior-level decision-makers and investors to attend this year's Lux Executive Summit. This year's Showcase is an ideal way for a growing business to present its offerings to nanotechnology's best and brightest leaders, create and build awareness, gain international exposure, develop business opportunities, and attract investment," said Lux Research's Vice President of Sales, Rob Burns.

The Lux Executive Summit is nanotechnology’s most exclusive event, featuring proprietary content and insight drawn from the unparalleled network and rigorous methodologies of Lux Research’s analysts. The Lux Research team will be joined onstage by more than 40 speakers including emerging technology leaders from large corporations, innovative start-ups, forward-thinking investment management firms, and the public sector. Capacity is limited at this premier event. Additional details are available online at

For additional information about participating in the Lux Executive Summit Showcase, please contact Lux Executive Summit Sales Director Vincent Caprio at or (203) 733-1949.


About Lux Research:
Lux Research is the world’s leading nanotechnology research and advisory firm. We help our clients make better decisions to profit from nanoscale science and technology, tapping into our analysts’ unique expertise and unrivaled network. Our clients include top decision makers at large corporations, portfolio managers and analysts at leading financial institutions, CEOs of the most innovative start-ups, and visionary public policy makers.

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