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Vol. 27 No. 1
January-February 2005

Where 2B &Y | Announcements of conferences, symposia, workshops, meetings, and other upcoming activities.

Nanotechnology

20–25 February 2005
Luxor, Egypt

Nanotechnology has officially been recognized as the leading technology of the 21st century. The International Conference on Nanotechnology: Science and Application [NanoTech Insight’05], to be held 20–25 February 2005 in Luxor, Egypt will provide a forum for nanoscientists to discuss the latest developments in this state-of-the-art field. The meeting will emphasize the multidisciplinary nature of nanoresearch. Chemists, biologists, physicists, and engineers are all invited to participate and contribute on the following topics: single molecules, self-assembly, bionanotechnology nanomaterials (includes carbon nanotubes), nanofabrication, supramolecular chemistry, molecular modeling, and simulations at the nano-scale.

As a burgeoning new field, young scientists and students, and female researchers in particular, are strongly encouraged to participate. It is hoped through involvement in such a meeting, young researchers, under the guidance of leading scientists, will be inspired to understand, pursue, and enhance the goals of nanotechnology. Researchers from developing countries are also strongly encouraged to participate; they will receive significant reductions in registration fees. As a rapidly developing science with many applications, nanoscience offers many great promises for the future. The organizers of NanoTech Insight, hope that this promised future can be shared among all human communities.

See calendar for contact information

www.nanoinsight.net


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