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Berkeley Nano Forum 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009 from 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
Berkeley, United States
Online Registration is CLOSED
On-site registration will be available for the same prices listed above
Welcome to UC Berkeley's leading nanotechnology event! This all-day
forum on Sunday, April 26 is a great opportunity to learn more about
nanotechnology today. Listen to views of top scientists, entrepreneurs
and venture capitalists, and meet your fellow Bay Area and Berkeley
community members spearheading research and innovation in the field of
This theme for this year's forum is: Solutions for Tomorrow. In addition to prominent speakers, the forum will feature a student poster session, showcasing the state-of-the-art research of the Bay Area researchers and students in nanoscience and nanoengineering.
The 2009 Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum will feature speakers on molecular engineering, renewable energy, nanoelectronics, health care, and the business and public policy of nanotechnology, as well as distinguished speakers such as
A poster session rounds out the agenda.
Researchers working in the area of nanoscience or nanoengineering are invited to present their research at the 2009 Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum before top scientists, investors and entrepreneurs. A total of $2,500 in prizes will be awarded to the best posters. Each presenter receives complimentary registration to the Forum (including breakfast, lunch, and a t-shirt). In order to present your research at the Forum, send a title, author list, affiliations, and an abstract to Ze'ev Abrams . Please do not exceed 250 words.
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Berkeley Nano Club
The Berkeley Nanotechnology Club fosters and promotes information exchange and entrepreneurship opportunities for Berkeley students and alumni in the San Francisco Bay Area. The club supports the ethical invention, development and implementation of novel nanotechnologies by facilitating discussion amongst the present and future leaders of technical industries. The club has three specific objectives: