Switzerland's 'Nanotechnology Road Show II' Strengthens Ties With U.S.
Tuesday February 18, 2:00 pm ET
San Francisco, Los Angeles and Boston Venues Focus on Research, Product Development, Financing and Networking to Support Growth of Nanoscience
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Switzerland, a country that thinks big in small products, is showcasing its expertise in the hot science of the super small through its Nanotechnology Road Show II. West Coast stops are in San Francisco and Los Angeles February 23 - 27 during the NanoTech 2003 Conference at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco.
In addition to exhibiting and speaking at the Conference, the Swiss delegation is participating in a reception and dinner at San Francisco's Clift Hotel on February 24. Co-organizers are Swiss Science & Technology Office in San Francisco, the Wallonia Nanotech Initiative and the Nanoscience & Technology Institute in Boston. Delegates will meet top nanoscience and nanotechnology specialists from USA, Switzerland, and Belgium who are active in research, development, industry and investment.
Andre Guedel of Location: Switzerland+, the Swiss direct inward investment agency for North America, said the Swiss Road Show II delegation consists of leading scientists, companies and investors within the field of nanotechnology as well as economic officers from cantons supporting nanotechnology initiatives. US participants represent a broad range of educational, research, manufacturing and financial organizations leading in the nanosciences.
"The United States and Switzerland are leaders in the dynamic and promising field of nanotechnology," Mr. Guedel said. "This road show aims at strengthening business ties between the two countries by showcasing their resources and expertise among common communities of interest."
Road show sponsors are Location Switzerland+, Boston's Swiss House for Advanced Research and Education, the Swiss Business Hub (USA) in Chicago, and the Swiss Science and Technology Office in San Francisco.
Source: Location Switzerland