3 LNN Events at Lehigh=> May 23rd- Nano for Business 2012, March 5th-CAMN Open House, March 5th to March7th-The Polymer Nanocomposites® 2012 Conference

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Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (CAMN)
                               Open House

Date: March 5, 2012
Time: 9AM-5PM
Location: 3rd Floor Whitaker Lab, Room 303
                Lehigh University, 5 E Packer Ave
                Bethlehem, PA 18015
Cost: Free (lunch included)
Sponsored by: Center for Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology, Lehigh University, and LNN

Focus on Collaboration:

  • Network with LNN Members and Society for Plastics Engineers (SPE) Members
  • Meet key University Representatives
  • Lab tours
  • Learn what is new in Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials

To register, click here. See agenda for event. For more information, email jdsj@lehigh.edu.

Note: Following this event, you are encouraged to attend an LU-SPE event - The Polymer Nanocomposites® 2012 Conference. Registration details can be found at http://www.4spe.org/ or

Nano for Business 2012:
Building Toward a Sustainable Future

Date: May 23, 2012
Time: 7:30AM-6:00PM
Location: Lehigh University, Mountaintop Campus
              Wood Dining Room, Iacocca Hall
              111 Research Drive, Bethlehem, PA 18015

Sponsored by: Lehigh University, LNN, Drexel University

Cost: $40 (Includes Lunch and Networking Receptions

The Lehigh Nanotech Network presents its fourth Nano for Business conference!

  • Explore nanotechnology market trends, current commercial applications as well as funding mechanisms.
  • Review university resources for education, workforce development, and partnership opportunities.
  • Provide a forum for business leaders to learn how nanotechnology can positively impact technology development and commercialization.

See flier. Please contact Joan Stanescu at jdsj@lehigh.edu if you wish to be a sponsor or participate in panel discussions or presentations.

To register, click here.

Note: BenFranklin TechVentures Incubator and Lehigh facility tours are included.


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