NSTI announces schedule for 8th Annual Nanotech 2005 Conference

December 22, 2004

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The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI) today announced the schedule for its Nanotech 2005 Conference and Trade Show (www.nanotech2005.com), taking place in Anaheim, California on May 8 - 12, 2005. The premier industry event on nanotechnology, the conference will showcase more than five hundred technology presentations, government program reviews and will feature an IP showcase and new vertical industry symposia.

"We bring together leading industry experts to share the latest updates, breakthroughs and information on nanotechnology in a forum aimed at ultimately advancing the industry and facilitating beneficial new technologies," said Dr. Matthew Laudon, Director of the Nano Science and Technology Institute. "Now in our eighth year, we are expanding the scope of the conference with targeted vertical industry sessions that will focus on specific markets, such as nanotechnology in telecommunications, electronics and even cosmetics. We are expecting record attendance for 2005."

Nanotech 2005 will present four program tracks complete with focused sessions and panel discussions. The Nanotechnology track will cover nanotech materials, chemistry and energy. The Biotechnology track will focus on genomics, proteomics and drug design, while the, Micro Technology will concentrate on Microsystems and semiconductors. The Nano Development track will cover the business of nanotechnology, including research and business initiatives, investment and venture capital topics. This year the conference will also include special new sessions covering nanotechnology and the environment, energy, materials and chemistry.

Vertical Industry Focus:

Nanotech 2005 will include new vertical industry sessions aimed at creating a better understanding of how nanotechnology can be applied in various markets. Vertical industry sessions will include Health Sciences, Nano Biotechnology, Cosmetics, Displays and Optics, Electronics, and Telecommunications. The conference provides a multi-industry perspective on corporate R&D as well as the commercialization and product development of micro and nanotechnologies. Also to be showcased are investment strategies by large institutional investors, private equity opportunities, venture capital and angel investor meetings.

The conference will be held at the Anaheim Marriott and Convention Center. Attendees and exhibitors can get more information at www.nanotech2005.com and learn about early registration rates.

About NSTI:

The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI) was created in 1997 and chartered with the promotion and integration of small technologies through education, technology and business development. The NSTI is the founder and manager of the world's most comprehensive small technology scientific and business event, the annual Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show (Nanotech). The NSTI provides technical, informational and business services to industrial and governmental organizations worldwide. Through its knowledge network, NSTI offers high-value services powered by a unique network of established high-level and long-term relationships with leaders in the nascent fields of nanotechnology. For more information about NSTI, please check out www.nsti.org.

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