A Nano "Think and Do" Tank
Assisting start-ups with government agencies, investors, corporations, universities and national
Tuesday, July 15th,, at Silicon Valley Bank Cafe in Santa Clara at the back of 3003 Tasman Drive.
Next Meeting of the NanoScience Exchange
"Sensors - Who's Getting Real?"
Networking begins at 6:00 pm and the program will begin at 7 pm. Cost is $25 in advance. $35 at the door.
Kevin O'Brien, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Kevin will review potential applications and areas of collaboration LLNL is currently focusing on
in the area of nanoengineered membranes.
Brock Hinzmann, SRI Business Intelligence
Jonathan Goldstein, Integrated Nanosystems
Integrated Nanosystems has developed a leading edge carbon nanotube manufacturing platform and
is developing products in the electronics, sensor, medical, and nano tools domains. Current plans are to roll
out the initial product - high end Atomic Force Microscope tips - in the fourth quarter of 2003, followed by a
leading edge gas sensor product in 2004. The company is a spin-out from the
NASA-Ames Center for Nanotechnology and is conducting on-going research for NASA. BR>
Sia Ghazvini, Xagros
Xagros Technologies will commercialize a proprietary integrated biosensor system and disposable
consumables for rapid and sensitive pathogen detection and identification. Xagros’ proprietary technology,
Bioluminescence Regenerative Cycle (BRC), is a proprietary label-free detection assay based on generation of
bioluminescence light through an enzymatic cascade. The technology is well suited for application
in bacterial pathogen detection with sensitivity of detecting a single organism and assay time of one hour.
Food and refreshments will be served.
Cost is $25 in advance. $35 at the door.
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