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Nanobiotechnology: How Nano and Bio Came Together

Event Details:

The Bioconnex Forums provide a unique opportunity for the biotech community to attend an informational presentation, followed by a networking reception (beer and wine!). If you are a small start-up, working in a lab, a business executive, or even a student - this is the type of event you should attend. 

 

Come join your peers at the next Bioconnex Forum!

 

Date: Thursday, June 16, 2005

Time: 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Registration begins at 4:30 pm

Location: Albany NanoTech, NanoFab 300 South - 251 Fuller Road

 

Register: $10.00 Bioconnex Members, $20.00 Non-Members

 

About the Event:

Moderator: Carmen Mannella, Director of Molecular Medicine, Wadsworth

 

Presenters: Jim Turner, Director of the NanoBioTechnology Program, Wadsworth; Om Nalamasu, Director of the Center for Integrated Electronics, Rensselaer; and Jim Castracane, Albany Nanotech

 

The panel will discuss many ways nanotechnology is impacting biomedical research, and the specific capabilities, expertise and projects ongoing at their institutions. Specifically, each panelist will give their thoughts on these questions:

- What is nano?
- What is bio?
- What is nanobio?
- How did they come together?
- What is each institution doing in nanobio?
- What are the implications developing research collaboration between the institutions?
- What are the implications for the future?