On September 25 a global nanotechnology conference will examine current manufacturing technologies providing a competitive edge to drive the economy well into the 21st century. This year's theme of Applications & Opportunities related to NanoManufacturing will be discussed by experts from industry, government and academia.
Hosted in Greensboro, N.C., the 2013 NanoManufacturing Conference is one of the nationís premier Advanced Manufacturing events, bringing together national and international nanotech innovators, leading researchers, government leaders and visionaries.
The conference will be held at The Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN), one of the top economic development initiatives in the region. With the schoolís skilled faculty and state of the art equipment and research facilities, Greensboro has emerged in recent years as a leader in the innovative nanotechnology industry.
James G. Ryan, Ph.D., founding dean of the JSNN, will be among the conferenceís distinguished line-up of speakers.