Advance Nanotech Senior VP to Lead New Jersey Nanotech Conference
"Global demand for energy is rising and the search is on for alternate energy technologies, better efficiency in power generation and new ways to reduce the impact on the environment," said Allen. "This conference will explore innovations in energy technology and their potential for business growth."
“This conference will explore innovations in energy technology and their potential for business growth.”
Who - Fred Allen, Senior Vice President, Materials at Advance Nanotech will lead a conference on Commercializing Nanotechnology in Energy Conversion and Storage
What - Leading nanotechnology conference sponsored by the Greater Garden State Nanotechnology Alliance, an affiliate of the New Jersey Technology Council
When - Monday, November 21 at 8:00 am
Where - At Rutgers University, Busch Campus
Why - The conference will explore progress in the uses of nanotechnology in energy storage and conversion
For more information on the conference or to schedule a press briefing with Allen at the conference, please contact RJ Bardsley at 415.623.2086. For more information about the conference, go to http://www.njtc.org.
About the Greater Garden State Nanotechnology Alliance
The Greater Garden State Nanotechnology Alliance was formed in 2004 to promote regional economic development by facilitating commercialization of nanotechnology in and around New Jersey. The Alliance consists of more than 150 individuals from business, education and government with interest and involvement in nanotechnology.
About Advance Nanotech, Inc.
Advance Nanotech Inc. is dedicated to ensuring nanotechnology discoveries reach maximum market potential through successful commercialization. Advance is the trusted guide to commercial success for nanotech entrepreneurs spanning the globe, partnering with leading universities to provide scientists and researchers with mission critical infrastructure support to transform their discoveries to marketable solutions. The organization provides a range of services and support including financing, leadership assets and counsel on intellectual property, licensing and regulatory issues. With a portfolio of 21 companies developing technologies which offer potentially breakthrough nanotechnology discoveries in the electronics, biopharma and materials sectors, Advance's goal is to transform the potential for nanotechnology discoveries into innovative products that further evolve existing industries and enable new markets.