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Exclusive Feature
podcast Merck’s Innovation Symposium Spotlights a Dedication to Partnership
• In an exclusive podcast interview, Merck’s Dr. Reid Leonard discusses the company’s commitment to collaboration. [more]
NSTI News

• Nanotech 2008, World’s Largest Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Expects Record Attendance June 1-5 in Boston, MA [more]
Features News

• Norway’s Kavli Prize Awards Outstanding Achievement in Nanoscience [more]
• MIT and Fraunhofer To Create Energy Research Facility in Cambridge [more]
• North Carolina on Track To Build NanoMedicine Hub [more]
• “Power of Small” Series to Premier on US Public Television This Month [more]
Exclusive Feature

Merck Merck’s Innovation Symposium Spotlights a Dedication to Partnership

In an exclusive podcast interview, Merck’s Dr. Reid Leonard discusses the company’s commitment to collaboration.
By Jeff Ryals

The leaders at Merck know that dynamic advances in R&D are often the result of synergistic partnership rather than individual effort, and their company has taken this position to heart. As one of the leading Corporate Symposium Sponsors for Nanotech 2008, the company hopes to use its visibility to attract the collaboration of promising talent in turning scientific breakthroughs into beneficial medicines and therapies. [more]

NSTI News
Nanotech 2008

Nanotech 2008, World’s Largest Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Expects Record Attendance June 1-5 in Boston, MA
Final Program Just Announced, Early Bird Registration Rate Offered Through Friday, April 21st. [more]

Features News

Norway’s Kavli Prize Awards Outstanding Achievement in Nanoscience
Next month, the Norweigian Academy of Sciences and Letters will announce the winner(s) of the Kavli Prize in recognition of outstanding achievement in the nanosciences. [more]

MIT and Fraunhofer To Create Energy Research Facility in Cambridge
The mission of the MIT-Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems is to be the leading site in the US for the accelerated development of solar and other energy efficient technologies. [more]

North Carolina on Track To Build NanoMedicine Hub
The Institute would focus on areas including therapeutics and pharmacology, and place an emphasis on working more closely with the FDA and other federal agencies, providing what they feel is a needed service in the start-up company community. [more]

“Power of Small” Series to Premier on US Public Television This Month
The series was produced by two U.S. government agencies, the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation, and a group of nongovernmental partner organizations. [more]

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