NanoBusiness 2005 and Business Communications Co., Inc. (BCC) have announced that BCC will develop an extended science and technology program for the conference. The program will offer academics, working scientists and others the opportunity to hear the latest advances in the science and technology of nanotech. To facilitate this extended program, NanoBusiness 2005 is adding a fourth day to its schedule, Sunday, May 22, which will include a workshop on Nanoscience and Technology (Nano 101). A daylong technology conference organized by BCC will be held on Monday, May 23, and will include sessions on Industry Trends and Markets, Emerging Nanotechnology Segments, Nanotech Enabled Therapies, and Nanoscale Diagnostics and Imaging. This year marks the eighth year since BCC began organizing an annual nanotechnology conference. "The NanoBusiness conferences have always been about the intersection of science, technology and business," said Nathan Tinker, Ph.D., chairman of NanoBusiness2005 and co-founder of the NanoBusiness Alliance. "Adding BCC's technical and scientific expertise to our program will enhance our ability to communicate the depth and breadth of nanotechnology's impact, and provide a forum for understanding how today's laboratory breakthroughs will become tomorrow's products."
NanoBusiness 2005 will be held May 22-25 at the New York Marriott Financial Center Hotel in New York, N.Y. For registration or to see the full conference program, visit http://www.bccresearch.com/conferences/nano2005/ or http://www.nanoevent.com.