Fourth Annual Minnesota Nanotechnology Conference

This week our students attended the Fourth Annual Minnesota Nanotechnology Conference hosted by the University of Minnesota.

Topics included research on:

Nanomaterials for Energy Conversion
Nano Optics
Nanomaterials for Batteries and Energy Storage
Nanomaterials Characterization
Nanoparticles and Cell Tissue
Therapeutic and Biological Applications
Biomedical Tools

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Comment by Hans Mikelson on December 4, 2008 at 10:51pm
To send a paper you could start by contacting Steve Campbell at the University of Minnesota, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department. The have a conference each November.

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Comment by shashi Bhushan Rana on December 3, 2008 at 3:56am
! want to send paper on nanotechnology.Please tell me about registation.Iam shashi B.Rana from
india doing my ph.d. on nanomaterial.Iworking as Lecturer in deptt. of Electronics at one of Reputed university Guru NanakDev

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