1st CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED NANOTECHNOLOGY: RESEARCH, APPLICATIONS, AND POLICY, October 22-24, 2004, Crystal City Marriott Hotel Washington, DC area. Join us as we examine nanotechnology from three different perspectives. Choose your areas of focus: FRIDAY — Research SATURDAY — Applications SUNDAY — Policy and Funding. While Friday is designed for researchers and technologists, Saturday and Sunday will make this revolution accessible to public interest representatives, investors, general public, and those aiming at a career in the field. https://foresight.org/conference/AdvNano2004/index.html
Foresight Institute offers you several registration options to the 1st Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology. Each day of the conference is dedicated to in-depth exploration and discussion of a critical area driving molecular manufacturing: research status on Friday, disruptive applications on Saturday, and policy issues on Sunday.
Attendees can customize the conference to meet their specific interests by using the one-day, two-day, or three-day option.
The Early Bird registration discount ends on August 31st, so act now!
To register, go to: https://legacy.foresight.org/Conferences/AdvNano2004/RegInfo.html
DAY ONE: 1st SYMPOSIUM ON MOLECULAR MACHINES SYSTEMS October 22, 2004 (Friday)
Chaired by William A. Goddard III (Caltech) and Ralph Merkle (Georgia Tech), the 1st Symposium on Molecular Machine Systems will focus on cutting edge research in advanced nanotechnology. Researchers and technologists are encouraged to attend. https://foresight.org/MolecularMachineSymposium/index.html
DAY TWO: DISRUPTIVE NANOTECH APPLICATIONS October 23, 2004 (Saturday)
Chaired by Patrick Parker (Naval Postgraduate School) and Brad Templeton (Electronic Frontier Foundation), Day 2 will explore applications and uses of advanced nanotechnology — from medicine and the environment to clean water for the developing world. This day is tailored for planners, policy advisors, investors, public interest representatives, researchers, technologists, and the general public. https://legacy.foresight.org/Conferences/AdvNano2004/index.html
DAY THREE: NANOTECHNOLOGY POLICY October 24, 2004 (Sunday)
Chaired by Glenn Reynolds (U. Tenn.) and Howard Lovy (NanoBot), Day 3 will focus on what policies and funding will enable advanced nanotechnology to deliver its revolutionary benefits to the U.S. and abroad. Planners, policy advisors, public interest representatives, and nanotech trackers are encouraged to attend. https://legacy.foresight.org/Conferences/AdvNano2004/index.html
FORESIGHT INSTITUTE FEYNMAN PRIZE BANQUET October 22, 2004 (Friday Evening – Optional event)
Join nanotech insiders as they honor "the best of the best" with the most prestigious nanotechnology prize. https://foresight.org/FI/2004Feynman.html
EVENING DISCUSSIONS AND SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS (SIG's) October 22, 2004 (Friday) and October 23, 2004 (Saturday)
Topics: R&D, Environment, Education, Medical, Military, Space, Intellectual Property, Business/Investing, Social Outcomes
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