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An Ounce Of Prevention: Developing Safe Nanomaterials For Commercial Use
Tuesday, September 20, 2011 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
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Today's "Green" environment demands novel solutions that conserve energy and resources while eliminating the generation of hazardous substances.To effectively harness the emerging power of nano in the commercial marketplace, consideration should be given to balance the development of safe nanomaterials with human health and the environment. After all, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Join us for an evening of learning and networking with leaders in nanoscience from government, academia and industry.
5:00 - 5:30 Registration and networking
5:30 – 5:35 Welcome – Dr. Mageean, Vice Chancellor for Research, East Carolina University
5:35 – 6:05 Nigel Walker, Deputy Program Director for Science at the National Toxicology Program,
6:05 – 6:35 Jared Brown, Assistance Professor of Pharmacology, East Carolina University
6:35 – 7:05 Gary Casuccio, Vice President, R J Lee Group
7:05 – 7:10 Closing Remarks
7:10 - 8:00 Networking
East Carolina Heart Institute, 115 Heart Drive, Greenville, NC 27834
Who Should Attend?
Business executives & managers
Others interested in nanobiotechnology
Interact with nanobio business professionals, scientists, potential partners, and customers
Learn more about key challenges facing the community and hear success stories from business/thought leaders
Source new business/research capabilities and identify new innovations and technology
Sponsorship opportunities are available
The Venable Center, 303 South Roxboro Street, Suite 30, Durham NC 27701
When & Where
Register now by clicking the "Order Now" button above.
Call: Graeme Ossey at (919) 680-2070
COIN is a nonprofit organization that promotes innovation and commercialization in the fields of nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine to enable future economic growth and improve human life.