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Q: When and where does the Nanotech 2006 take place?

A: May 7-11, 2006 at the Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts. Directions.

Q: Who will attend?

A: More than 300 featured exhibitors and an expected crowd of more than 4000 attendees, which will include business executives, venture capitalists, politicians, scientists and researchers from 53 countries.

Q: How does Nanotech 2006 differ from other nanotechnology conferences?

A: Nanotech 2006 is the largest international nanotechnology conference and trade show in the world. Unlike single-discipline events, Nanotech brings together specialists from a wide range of fields of science, technology and business.

Q: What is nanotechnology?

A: Nanotechnology is the science of designing and building on the atomic or molecular level. The nanoscale is one billionth of a meter — 80,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.

Q: What fields will nanotechnology transform?

A: Nanotechnology is already revolutionizing medicine, science, pharmaceuticals, robotics, electronics, manufacturing and computer technology.

Q: Do products exists that use nanotechnology?

A: Nanotechnology products or embedded enabling technologies are permeating into most every industrial sector. Products currently using nanotechnology science range through materials, electronics and medicine, with a few examples including; advanced computer chips, clothing, tennis balls, foods, ski wax, digital cameras, automotive plastics, chemical sensors, drugs, medical therapies.

Q: As press, can I attend any conference sessions?

A: Yes. As a member of the press, you may attend all keynotes and technical sessions. Instructions for obtaining a media badge

Q: What is the cost to me?

A: As an invited member of the press, the event is complimentary. Instructions for obtaining a media badge

Q: Are Media Badges Available?

A: Reporters and editors can receive a complimentary media badge. Instructions for obtaining a media badge

Contact Information

Reporters and editors interested in learning more about Nanotech 2006 should contact:

Sarah Wenning
Nano Science and Technology Institute

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