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Welcome to NSTI’s Nano World News the monthly newsletter that seeks to inform the broad range of professionals representing the multi-disciplinary and multi-sector community integrated by nanotechnology. Each issue focuses on the research, development and business of nanotechnology and its numerous pulling industries.

NWN Talks with Agilent Technologies’ Nanotechnology Program Manager, Grant Drenkow
By: Vance McCarthy

Agilent Technologies is a pioneer in nanoscale measurement technologies, and a strong supporter of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Nanoscale Science Research Centers (NSRC) initiative. Nano World News talked with Agilent’s Nanotechnology Program Manager Grant Drenkow about coming trends in Agilent’s contribution to nanotechnology research.

NanoDimension with EUR 45 million Nanotechnology Venture Capital

NanoDimension To Discuss Investments At Exclusive One-Day Nanotech for Investors Summit May 21st in Silicon Valley, CA

NanoDimension, a leading global nanotechnology venture capital firm established a new investment vehicle, NanoDimension Limited Partnership with approximately USD 60 million (EUR 45 million) in committed capital. The Limited Partnership will focus exclusively on investments in nanotechnology companies.

ADT Eyes Electronics and Sensors for Its Nanoscale Thin-Film Diamond
By: Vance McCarthy

Advanced Diamond Technologies makes diamond one carbon atom at a time. ADT’s UNCD® (for ultra-nanocrystalline diamond) is born of U.S. Department of Energy research and uses a nanometer-scale process to make a continuous film comprised of the smallest grains of diamond known. UNCD, consisting of diamond grains that are 3-5 nm in diameter, has uses in wireless communication, bio-sensors and nano-manufacturing. “We turn 50 cents of natural gas into $500 of diamond by rearranging the carbon atoms,” said ADT’s president Neil Kane.

NSTI Nanotech 2007 is Just 2 Months Away — Registration Discount Ends April 6

World’s Largest Nanotech Conference and Trade Show Will Feature More than 900 Business & Research Presentations, 300+ Exhibiting Companies and Comprehensive Ventures Program.

One Day Only: NSTI Nano Industrial Impact Workshop Taking Place at Nanotech 2007 Conference

The Nano Industrial Impact Workshop is a One-Day Intensive Program Designed to Educate Across a Range of Nanotechnologies and Its Impacted Industries.

All workshop attendees are also invited to attend the Taylor & Francis, CRC Press, and Sunday evening Welcome Reception at the Hyatt hotel.

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