November 5-8, 2007 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel San Francisco Airport.
More than 100 speakers and presenters from 30 countries will cover a complete spectrum of the emerging Nanotech & Clean Tech:
- Scientific Research
- Industrial Applications
- Societal and Environmental Issues
- Investment Opportunities
Key Note Speakers
Harry Kroto (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 1996)
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
The Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida, USA
Roger Kornberg (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2006)
Department of Structural Biology
Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford, California, USA
Assembly Member Loni Hancock
Assembly member of the State of California
Senator Leland Yee
Senator of the State of California
For a partial list of speakers, please visit: http://www.ianano.org
For a speaking opportunity, please see: http://www.nanotechcongress.com/speaking.htm
Attend one of the Advanced Scientific Workshops:
Workshop 1: Carbon Nanotubes: An Introduction
Instructor: Dr. Cattien Nguyen, NASA Ames Research Center
Workshop 2: Thin Film Photovoltaic: Principle and Applications in Solar Energy
Instructor: Dr. Zhen Guo, Intel
Workshop 3: Nanobiotechnology & Nanomedicine: Applications of Tissue Engineering
Instructor: Professor Thomas Webster, Brown University
To register for the Workshops, please visit:http://www.nanotechcongress.com/registration.htm
Nanotech Certificate Programs
Business Re-Engineering: a 2 1/2 day intensive workshop to equip business managers and technical supervisors to enhance product development, improve productivity and strengthen market share in today’s global marketplace.
Date: November 5-7, 2007
Special price at the Clean Tech Congress 2007: US$1,875.00
US residents: $695.00
California Residents: $395.00
“Train the Trainers” – a 4-day intensive workshop for technical managers and science instructors to up-skill their expertise in Nanoscience or to become trainers or instructors.
Date: November 5-8, 2007
Special price at the Clean Tech Congress 2007: US$1,925.00
US residents: $795.00
California Residents: $495.00
To register for either Training Program, please visit: http://cinano.com/registration-CINT.htm
Nanotech Cleantech Investment Forum
The Nanotech/Clean Tech Investment Forum will include a 15-20 minute presentation on your company?s business model in front of an audience of Venture Capitalists, 5-10 minutes for questions and answers, and an invaluable opportunity to meet with our panel of Venture Capitalists. This networking session will be a great opportunity for you to showcase your company?s products and services to an audience of Venture Capitalists.
For more information please visit: http://www.ianano.org/NanotechInvestmentForum.htm
Leader Discussion Forum
Leader Discussion Forum is a roundtable discussion form featuring business leaders in the emerging area of nanotechnology and clean technology. Each speaker will have 10 minute speaking slot to talk about their companies or their point of view about the industry trends and any other topic that are beneficial to the nanotech community at large.
At this stage, only a limited number of speaking slots are available at the Forum. To reserve your speaking slot in the afternoon in the Leader Discussion Forum on November 7 and 8,
Please complete a speaker form:http://www.nanotechcongress.com/speaking.htm
Posted November 3, 2007
AZoNano.com - The A to Z of Nanotechnology
AZoNano.com is a totally free to access nanotechnology knowledge base and Nanotechnology news service for the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology community worldwide. Content includes the whole spectrum of Nanotechnology, Nanoscience, Nanomaterials and MEMS.
Posted April 15, 2007
The Opensource Handbook of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology and nanoscience is about controlling and understanding matter on the sub-micrometer and atomic scale. This wikibook on nanoscience and nanotechnology gathers information about the various tools, methods and systems to provide students, researchers and everyone else an open-source handbook and overview guide to this vast interdisciplinary and expanding field - a book that can be adjusted as new things appear and improved by you!
The Opensource Handbook of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Posted March 12, 2007
The 2nd International Congress of Nanobiotechnology & Nanomedicine 2007
The International Association of Nanotechnology is pleased to invite you to participate in the NanoBio 2007 which will be held on June 18-20, 2007 in San Francisco.
Nanobiotechnology is a specialized field of nanotechnology, focusing on the improved and novel physical, chemical, and biological properties of materials at the nanoscale. Nanomedicine has potential impact on the prevention, early and reliable diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
The Second International Congress of Nanobiotechnology & Nanomedicine 2007 conference will feature the state-of-the-art scientific development in the emerging field of Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine.
Some examples of topics including:
- Targeted Nano Delivery Systems for drugs and genes
- Minimally invasive diagnostic methods
- Nano Bio Structural Modeling
- Regenerative Nanomedicine
- Nanobiological Assemblies
- Medical Imaging
- Bio-Detection & Bio-Defense
- Nano Regulations & Public Policy
- Nanotoxicology & Risk Management
- Investment in NanoBio Emerging Companies
- Workforce Education & Training for the new NanoBio industry
- other related topics
Posted February 28, 2007
Nanotechnology: from Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia
For those of you interested in educating yourself about nanotechnology, this link to Wikipedia is a good place to start. Discover fundamental concepts, current research and societal implications of this revolutionary science.
Posted February 5, 2007
SIMPLE EXPLANATIONS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS
This site is dedicated to providing clear explanations of nanotechnology applications in areas such as energy, medicine, and consumer goods. Concepts of nanotechnology are made understandable by anyone. The Introduction to Nanotechnology is simple and informative and the description of Nanomedicine is clear and concise.
Posted January 28, 2007
Nano50 nanotechnology awards
(Nanowerk News) Nanotech Briefs announces the Third annual Nano 50™, the ultimate list of the top 50 technologies, products, and innovators that have significantly impacted - or will impact - key nanotechnology commercial markets, from automotive and electronics, to biomedical and materials.
The Nano 50 are the best of the best - the most innovative people and design ideas that will revolutionize nanotechnology in the near-term and beyond. Using the online entry form, nominate the person, technology, or product you believe has had the greatest impact on advancing the state of the art in nanotechnology, and on moving nanotech to mainstream markets.
All nominations must be received by March 16, 2007.
Source: Nanotech Briefs
Posted January 11, 2007
Rocky Rawstern's blog-nano is a blog dedicated to an ongoing analysis of nanoscale technologies and molecular manufacturing. Rocky firmly believes that the nanotechnology revolution has the potential to change America on a scale equal to, if not greater than, the computer revolution. Learn more about this revolutionary technology.
Posted January 5, 2007
December 20, 2006
Waiting a day or more to get lab results back from the doctor's office soon could become a thing of a past. Using nanotechnology, a team of University of Georgia researchers has developed a diagnostic test that can detect viruses as diverse as influenza, HIV and RSV in 60 seconds or less. Read how Nanotechnology detects viruses at www.physorg.com
December 18, 2006
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, in the U.S. alone almost 20,000 people a year die due to drug overdoses and accidental poisoning. While there has been a tremendous effort to develop drug delivery methods using nanotechnology, a new report shows that this could work the other way around as well, and that porous nanoparticles can soak up drug molecules in the body like a sponge. This could help to reduce fatalities from overdoses, according to tests showing that tiny spheres of poly(acrylic acid) can absorb substantial amounts of an antidepressant and an anesthetic in just a few minutes. In short, nanoparticles can act as potent antidotes!
November 25, 2006
Over at NewScientist.com, they’ve collected the 50-year forecasts of 70 “brilliant” scientists. Topics covered include nanotechnology and the control of physical matter, machine intelligence, and life extension. Here are a few excerpts related to advancements in Nanotechnology ...
November 16, 2006
By: Berna Magnuson, PhD, and George Burdock, PhD
The worldwide nanotechnology food market could reach $20.4 billion by 2010, according to one estimate.
Products produced in the United States include: OilFresh, a catalytic device “powered by nanotechnology” to slow cooking oil deterioration, nanospray vitamin supplements to improve vitamin absorption, and a variety of NanoCeuticals, including Artichoke Nanoclusters. The development of new food and drug products using nanotechnology prompted the formation of an internal FDA Nanotechnology Task Force on August 9, 2006. The new task force is charged with determining regulatory approaches that encourage the continued development of innovative, safe, and effective FDA-regulated products that use nanotechnology materials and processes.
November 8, 2006
You may think the use of nanotechnology may lie somewhere in the future, but you are probably already putting the science to work when you use sunscreen, or any number of other consumer products on the market.
No, nanotechnology does not have anything to do with Apple iPod Nano music player, which has taken the name in a bid to cash in on the technology's growing trendiness.
We are talking something way smaller here. Nanotechnology is the science of manipulating matter in dimensions as small as the atomic level or as single molecules to create a specific behaviour.
The science is based on the principle that at the microscopic level materials behave in very different ways than at the macroscopic. Due to consumer concerns over the safety of the science, companies generally do not hype the fact that they are using the technology for their products.
A new report by Nanoforum found that in general the products claiming to contain nanotechnology do indeed exploit nanoscale effects, primarily interface effects but also a few quantum effects.
November 4, 2006
Howard Lovy's NanoBot
Independent nanotechnology information and commentary
Are you a Nanotechnology blogger?
Here is an interesting site run by Howard Lovy, the news editor of Small Times magazine. It is said to be the most popular Nanotechnology Blogger site on the net. Interact with your insights here!
October 19, 2006
More than 150 speakers and presenters from 35 countries will cover a complete spectrum of the emerging field of Nanotechnology!
The International Association of Nanotechnology is a non-profit professional association with the goal of fostering research and business collaboration in nanotechnology worldwide for benefits of society.
They are pleased to present the 3rd International Congress of Nanotechnology 2006 (ICNT 2006), which will be held on October 30-November 2, 2006 at the San Francisco Airport Hotel.
ICNT 2006 features advanced scientific, technological development and commercial applications in nanotechnology, including electronics, material science, chemical, semiconductor, automotive, textile, aerospace, biophamaceutical and biotechnology.
The Congress serves as the forum for scientists, business executives around the world to discuss various issues relating to the emerging industry such as: capital investment, workforce training, standard development, environmental, health and safety and societal implications of nanotechnology.
October 5, 2006
"Explore products on the market made via nanatechnology!"
After more than twenty years of basic and applied research, nanotechnologies are gaining in commercial use. Nanoscale materials now are in electronic, cosmetics, automotive and medical products. But it has been difficult to find out how many "nano" consumer products are on the market and which merchandise could be called "nano."
While not comprehensive, this inventory gives the public the best available look at the 200+ nanotechnology-based consumer products currently on the market. Prior to this inventory, the figure most often cited by the U.S. government was that approximately 80 consumer products containing nanomaterials were being sold.
Explore the inventory by browsing the products, or perform an advanced search here
September 17, 2006
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September 5, 2006
Finding bio-available nutritional supplements in this hyped up market is an extreme challenge. Attend any health and nutrition conference and be overwhelmed with information from fast talking supplement representatives all claiming to be "the best". The bottom line is the "clinicals" are mostly nonexistent. Sadly, much of the market's supplements just are not going to do much for you (and may indeed be harmful) regardless of their high price tags. Your body will not be able to absorb the fractured isolated chemicals as nutrition. The body will eliminate these indigestible products in what hospital nurses have aptly named "bedpan bullits".
The human body knows what to do with nutritional factors in a food source. A good diet is still the best way to get the nutrition you need. But who eats a good diet? The bottom line remains, it is nearly impossible to supply the body with optimum nutritional fuel from diet alone. The answer to optimum nutrition has to be supplementing with bio-available sources. Advanced nutritional supplements which provide the body with it's nutritional needs are available from a company called Royal Body Care.
The nutritional supplements available from Royal Body Care (RBC) are so far advanced from anything else on the market there is no comparison. Exclusive to RBC are some of the most important nutritional discoveries to date. From the genius of Flanagan Technologies, available only from RBC, are the cutting edge products known as Nanoceuticals.
Nanoceuticals are a technology which encapsulates nutritional factors and speeds them directly into the cells of the body. This advanced patented technology is called Microcluster Technology which is in a nutritional class all it's own. Combining supplements with Microcluster Technology makes the available nutrition easily absorbed by the body.
The results are all the expected benefits of nutritional supplementation: increased energy, protection from free radical damage, accurate cell replication of the DNA, (antimutagenesis) better brain functioning, (better deeper sleep, improved memory, feeling more alert, improved mood, easier learning) improved immune functioning, more efficient metabolic functioning, (better fat to muscle ratios) Anti-Aging benefits, improved endocrine functioning,(better sexual performance and response) more youthful appearance, improved digestion, and the list of benefits continues.
Backed by solid clinical findings from independent laboratories, the nutritional products available from Royal Body Care actually provide what we expect of supplementation. Orthomolecular Medicine has some new tools and techniques thanks to RBC and Flanagan Technologies. Explore for yourself the cutting edge nutritional technolgy available only from Royal Body Care. Welcome to the 21st Century advancements in better health.
July 12, 2006
Topics Covered in ths article are:
Background of Nanotechnology.
What Are The Potential Benefits of Nanotechnology?
How Are Nano-Products Made?
How Does Nanotechnology Fit With Life Sciences?
What Are The Social Implications of Nanotechnology?
For article in full, click here
July 8, 2006
Now *you* can sell NanoCeuticals™!
It had to happen: Royal BodyCare Inc., just renamed RBC Life Sciences Inc., has now enabled all of us to go into the business of selling nanotech directly to the public:
About the company: “We are the first company in network marketing to incorporate Nanotechnology into our product line.”
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July 1, 2006
Nanotechnology Now is the world’s most in-depth, online resource for the global economy’s fastest growing information and investment sector.
They offer consulting, technology monitoring, and in-depth analysis, as well as up-to-the-minute news briefs and breaking developments in the nanosciences. The world’s leading nanotech experts routinely contribute to Nanotechnology Now, which has become the daily “must read” site for stakeholders: inventors, investors, policy makers and opinion shapers. click here!