Bridging the gap between science, technology and commercialization will be the focal point for the Nano and Green Technology Conference & Symposium during the 2009 Chem Show at New York’s Javits Convention Center, Nov. 17-19.
Created by Innovative Research and Products (iRAP), the event is designed to help CPI professionals better understand the benefits of the emerging technologies.
"Nanotechnology is being increasingly used to benefit the new generation green technologies including fuel cells, batteries, solar cells, new generation coatings to prevent heat losses, more efficient chemical processing techniques including filtration and catalysis, and less electronic devices that consume less power," says Dr. Thomas Abraham, president of iRAP and chairman of the symposium.
The conference will focus on colloids and surface modifications benefiting nanotechnology applications, nanoparticle synthesis and nano-bio convergence and their emerging technologies and markets. It will feature cutting-edge research in nano and green technologies and commercialization from some of the world's leading colloid and nano scientists, technologists and business leaders. Additionally, programming will provide attendees with insights into how these technologies are being implemented in the marketplace.
For information, visit: http://www.chemshow.com.