Southern California NanoForumTM

NanoForum Event "Big Business: Bridging Commercial Applications in BIO-NANOTECHNOLOGY," February 26, 2004 4-9 p.m., UCSD CONNECT offices, 8950 Villa La Jolla Drive, Suite A214. Press Contact: Sandra Kay Helsel, Ph.D., ExperiencePR, LLC, 520-325-4636. Local Chapter Organizer: Petar Stojadinovic, 858-776-9352. Media Sponsor: PRESS RELEASE

Bio-Nanotechnology the Focus of Upcoming Southern California NanoForumTM Gathering

Region's Top Nanotechnology Business and Networking Seminar Scheduled for 2/26 at UCSD CONNECT

San Diego, Calif., February 12 — "Big Business: Bridging Commercial Applications in BIO-NANOTECHNOLOGY" will be the topic of the February 26 event sponsored by the Southern California NanoForumTM (SCNF), a non-profit industry dedicated to the promotion of nano business networking in Southern California. The group is a subsidiary of nanoSIG, an international non-profit industry organization working toward the commercialization of nanotechnology. The upcoming forum, second in SCNF's ongoing series, will be held from 4-9 p.m. at the UCSD CONNECT offices, 8950 Villa La Jolla Drive, Suite A214.

David Lemberg, producer/host of "BioTech Today" and the upcoming "Inside NanoTech" — — said, "The Southern California NanoForums are an excellent outlet for regional information on nanotechnology." He explained, "We're fortunate in San Diego to have a regional chapter addressing specific nanotechnology commercialization. Also, the founding nanoSIG nonprofit organization makes its expertise available — international networks and business and scientific knowledge — to the local NanoForum chapter representatives."

Attendees will be investors, C-level business representatives, senior technical professionals, entrepreneurs, marketing, policy makers, economic development leaders, technology transfer experts, and more. Speakers for the NanoForum series are invited executives from companies leading the commercialization of nanotechnology.

Petar Stojadinovic, Local Organizer of SCNF and principal of Smart Solutions International found at, said, "We expect the Bio-Nanotechnology topic to be of extreme interest to the San Diego business community and we are putting together a stellar lineup of speakers who will provide a key look at the developments and potential of Bio-nanotech for our region.

Pillsbury Winthrop was the Event Sponsor of NanoForum's first seminar held in late November 2003. Other sponsors include Techiguru, Strategic Synergy, UCSD CONNECT, and BioTech Today.

About Southern California NanoForumTM (SCNF):

The Southern California NanoForumTM (SCNF) is a chapter of nanoSIG, the leading business membership organization focused on the commercial development of nanotechnology. Based at NASA/AMES, with regional and international forums, nanoSIG is the founding element of a global nanotechnology network.

Headquartered in San Diego, SCNF's mission is to promote nano business networking by bringing together investors with inventors and creating a forum where all constituencies involved in commercializing nanotechnology can exchange contacts and information and also do deals. Additionally, the SCNF is involved with education and technology by helping promote government sponsored workforce opportunities.

For more information about the Southern California NanoForumTM (SCNF), please visit,, and, or call Local Chapter Organizer Petar Stojadinovic at 858-776-9352.

Press contact is Sandra Kay Helsel, PhD., ExperiencePR, LLC; 520-325-4636.

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