Nanotech Communication Prize deadline July 31

To promote responsible coverage and assist society in making informed decisions about advanced nanotechnology and molecular manufacturing, Foresight Institute has established a communication prize. The nomination deadline for the 2004 Foresight Institute Prize in Communication is July 31.

*** Nanotech Communication Prize DEADLINE JULY 31 ***

To promote responsible coverage and assist society in making informed decisions about advanced nanotechnology and molecular manufacturing, Foresight Institute has established a communication prize.

Do you know of a journalist or communicator who has presented outstanding work that helps our society better understand the social and environmental impact of molecular nanotechnology?

Now is the time to nominate this individual to be considered for the

2004 FORESIGHT INSTITUTE PRIZE IN COMMUNICATION

https://foresight.org/FI/communicationprize2004.html

Recipient of this award will be announced at the
Feynman Awards Banquet, held during the
1st CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED NANOTECHNOLOGY:
RESEARCH, APPLICATIONS, AND POLICY
October 22-24, 2004
Crystal City Marriott Hotel
Washington, DC area
https://foresight.org/conference/AdvNano2004/index.html

The winner will receive complimentary full registration including banquet, coach airfare, and up to three nights hotel (arranged by Foresight Institute, Sat. night stay required). The award recipient must accept in person at the Feynman Prize Banquet.

Full details: https://foresight.org/FI/communicationprize2004.html


PAST WINNERS OF THE FORESIGHT INSTITUTE PRIZE IN COMMUNICATION

** 2003 **
Tim Harper, President, and Paul Holister, Chief Information Architect, both of Cientifica, for educating the nanotechnology community about the long-term potential of molecular nanotechnology.
https://foresight.org/FI/communicationprize2003.html#2003Winner

** 2002 **
David Pescovitz, writer-in-residence at the University of California-Berkeley's College of Engineering and a columnist with Small Times, a magazine covering nanotech developments.
https://foresight.org/FI/communicationprize2.html

**2001**
Ivan Abel Amato, associate editor for Science News magazine, a well-known weekly magazine in the world of science communication.
https://foresight.org/FI/communicationprize1.html

**2000**
Dr. Ron Dagani, Senior Correspondent for Chemical & Engineering News, the widely-read weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society.
https://foresight.org/FI/communicationprize.html


SPECIAL THANKS

Special thanks go to the law firm of Millstein & Taylor, PC, which underwrites the Prize, and to Foresight Senior Associate Larry Millstein of that firm, who initiated the prize program.


1st CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED NANOTECHNOLOGY:
RESEARCH, APPLICATIONS, AND POLICY
October 22-24, 2004
Crystal City Marriott Hotel
Washington, DC area
https://foresight.org/conference/AdvNano2004/index.html

Day One: 1st Symposium on Molecular Machine Systems, chaired by Prof. William A. Goddard III (Caltech) and Prof. Ralph Merkle (Georgia Tech) will focus on state-of-the-art research.
https://foresight.org/MolecularMachineSymposium/index.html

Day Two: 1st Forum on Molecular Manufacturing Applications, chaired by Prof. Patrick Parker (Naval Postgraduate School) and Brad Templeton (Electronic Frontier Foundation) will focus on the applications and uses for advanced nanotechnology.
https://legacy.foresight.org/Conferences/AdvNano2004/index.html#General

Day Three: 1st Forum on Advanced Nanotechnology Policy, chaired by Prof. Glenn Reynolds (U. Tenn.) and Howard Lovy (Smalltimes) will focus on what policies need to be in place for advanced nanotechnology.
https://legacy.foresight.org/Conferences/AdvNano2004/index.html#General


CONFERENCE BACKGROUND:

The 1st Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology: Research, Applications, and Policy is an important event for those interested in the Feynman goal for nanotechnology, including researchers, technologists, policy advisors, public interest representatives, investors, interested citizens, and those aiming at a career in the field. The Conference will provide a stimulating multi-disciplinary environment enabling broad exploration of this anticipated revolution in how matter is controlled.

Unlike generic "anything under 100 nm" nanotech meetings, the 1st Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology targets the bottom- up goal of atomically precise molecular machine systems, enabling those focusing on this prospect to present their work to interested colleagues, facilitating new collaborations and potentially attracting new sources of funding.

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