A Nano "Think and Do" Tank
Assisting start-ups with government agencies, investors, corporations, universities and national
NanoScience Exchange affiliated meetings held in Washington, DC
"Energy Technologies to Reduce Dependency on Foreign Oil" - November 11, '04 Washington, DC
Further Details to come by 10/10
Randy Goodall, Sematech
Mike Fancher, Albany Nanotech
Zvi Yaniv, Applied Nanotech, Inc.
Phil Bond, UnderSecretary for Technology, Dept of Commerce
Professor Richard Smalley, Rice University
Eric Werwa, Congressman Mike Honda (D-CA)
Mark Modzelewski, NanoBusiness Alliance
Steve Maebius of Foley and Lardner
World Nano-Economic Congress - September 8 - 10, '03 Washington, DC
Jim Hurd, Director of the NanoScience Exchange, spoke on 9/8/03 in Washington, DC
Speakers included Shimon Peres, Nobel Peace Laureate and Former Prime Minister of Israel, Professor Richard
Smalley, Nobel Laureate from Rice Univ, and Congressman Mike Honda, D-CA
September 8th - The third meeting of the Capitol Nano Forum
The Forum is co-founded by Jim Hurd, Director of the NanoScience Exchange.
Second meeting, held July 24th included speakers
Don Bansleben of NIST, James Rudd, of NSF and Frank Yang of ISTN.
"Changing the Landscape of U.S. Energy: Nano and Micro Technologies Making a Difference"
June 10th Think-tank session co-organized with the Woodrow Wilson International Center
with Professor Richard Smalley - Rice Univ., Robert Walker - WexlerWalker, Former Chairman, House Science Committee,
Dennis Wilson - Nanotechnologies, Inc., Harry Efstathiadis - Albany Energy Program, E2TAC,
Mark Modzelewski - NanoBusiness Alliance, Paul Wormser - Konarka, Kwan S. Kwok - DARPA,
Joel Serface - Eastman Ventures,
Rodney Slater - Patton Boggs, Former Secretary of Transportation, Jerry Simmons - Sandia Labs,
Theo Lee - HTI, Charles Ostman - Institute for Global Futures, Craig Nelson - Solicore
March 11th Think-tank session co-organized with the Woodrow Wilson International Center
"NanoMaterials: Real Revenues Today and Impacts on the U.S. Economy”
View streaming video of this event. First panel included the executives of Nano-tex, Hyperion Catalysis, Inmat and Optiva.
Second panel included Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), Phil Bond, Undersecretary for Technology, the Dept of Commerce, and Mark Modzelewski of the NanoBusiness Alliance.