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Nanotech 2008 & Clean Technology 2008 Advance Registration Ends May 23

Advance Registration is May 23rd for the co-located Nanotech 2008, TechConnect Summit and Clean Technology 2008 events. Nanotech 2008, TechConnect Summit and Clean Technology 2008 events take place in Boston, Massachusetts' Hynes Convention Center on June 1 - 5, 2008.

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI) today announced the deadline for Advance Registration is May 23rd for the co-located Nanotech 2008, TechConnect Summit and Clean Technology 2008 events. Nanotech 2008, TechConnect Summit and Clean Technology 2008 events take place in Boston, Massachusetts' Hynes Convention Center on June 1 - 5, 2008. These are the premier industry events on nanotechnology, clean technology and corporate licensing and partnering in the world.

In addition to the showcases over 300 companies and organizations exhibiting at the events, the conference programs includes over 1,000 technology and business presentations in every area of nanotechnology and some 300 in clean technology. More than 100 early stage companies are presenting at TechConnect Summit joining a host of Fortune 500 companies presenting their corporate technology needs. Additional sessions include government program reviews, an early stage company showcase and expanded vertical industry coverage.

The full nanotechnology program can be found at and at for Clean Technology 2008 and for TechConnect. The following is a partial list of confirmed speakers:

Ray O. Johnson
Chief Technology Officer
Lockheed Martin Corporation

Andrew Zaske
General Electric - Water

Bruce M. Pratt
Genzyme Corporation

Wilber James
RockPort Capital Partners

David Henderson
XPV Capital

Mark Mielke
BASF Future Business GmbH

R. Shanker
Dow Ventures

D. Kalez
Pacific Crest Capital

Shyam Venkatesh

Sally C. Gutierrez

Tony Maull, Jr.
Ernst & Young

Anna Moore
Harvard Medical School

John Sheehan

Soren Nohr Bak

Jake M. Reder
Cabot Corporation

Rich Mannherz
Analog Devices

Ian A. Bowles
Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Daniel E. Rardon
PPG Industries

Scott R. Manalis

David Douglas
Vice President, Eco Responsibility
Sun Microsystems

Fiona Case

Sam Bhattacharyya
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

David Wright
Vanderbilt University

Srinivas Iyer
Los Alamos National Laboratory

B. Raemy
Carbon Capture Corporation

Yaron Jacobs

Ezra Green
Clear Skies Solar

Andres E. Carvallo
Austin Energy

Duncan Macleod
Shell Hydrogen

Doborah Morrisset

David Vieau
A123 Systems

I. Dairanieh
Beyond Petroleum (BP)

Lewis Norman

Henry Wong

Sharon L. Nunes

Daniel L. Laird
Sandia National Laboratories

D. Kopans
Fat Spaniel

L. Szablya
Grid Point

Joseph Strakey
CTO DOE National Energy

David A. Weitz
Harvard University

Sotiris E. Pratsinis
Swiss Federal Inst. of Tech.

Patti Glaza

Fang Changxin
Toyota & Think Energy

Jack A. Roth
University of Texas Cancer Center

Bahram Farahmand
The Boeing Company

Jerry Hallmark

Vinayak P. Dravid
Northwestern University

Michael Pratt
Boston University

Joshua Dickinson
WateReuse Foundation

Alois Popp

Kieran Drain

Mitch Tyson
Advanced Electron Beam

T. Bailey
Evergreen Solar

Peter Moller
GE IP Equity

Paul Dickerson

Steven Xanthoudakis

Thomas Keller

Nicole Bieri

Tinh Nguyen

Naoki “Nick” Sugimoto
Honda Motor Corporation

Chad A. Mirkin
Northwestern University

S. DePasquale
GE Venture Capital

Peter Antoinette
Nanocomp Technologies

Sarah Audet

Angela Belcher

Jens Rieger

J. Cooke

Cyndi Tucker

Valery A. Petrenko
Auburn University

Vladimir Torchilin
Northeastern University

Mark N. Milton
Tempo Pharmaceuticals

Piotr Grodzinski
National Cancer Institute

Anna Stradner
Nestle-University of Fribourg

Wilson Poon
The University of Edinburgh

Dean Ilievski

L.B. Kane
WholeFoods Market

Roy M. Palk
New Horizons Consulting

John S. Chapman
DuPont Central Research

Christopher J. Noren
New England Biolabs

A.C. Smith
Lehman Brothers

J. Grossman

The Nanotech conference provides a multi-industry perspective on corporate R&D as well as the commercialization and product development of micro and nanotechnologies. Clean Technology 2008 is a multi-disciplinary and multi-sector conference on global sustainability addressing advancements in traditional technologies, emerging technologies and clean business practices. The Clean Technology ecosystem enables a growing set of knowledge-based technologies, products or services designed to improve operational performance, productivity or efficiency while reducing costs, inputs, energy consumption, waste or pollution. TechConnect Summit is a showcase of prescreened, advanced technologies and early stage companies specifically in nanotech, cleantech and biotech.

About NSTI:

The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI; is chartered with the advancement and integration of nano and other advanced technologies through education, collaboration and research services. NSTI accomplishes this mission through its offerings of continuing education programs, conventions, scientific and business publishing and custom research services. NSTI produces the annual Nanotech conference and trade show. Nanotech 2008, celebrating its 11th year, is expected to attract over 3,500 industrial, academic, business and governmental attendees from around the world. It is the largest gathering of the nanotechnology industry in the U.S. The event is a unique gathering of the scientific and business community working on the development and commercialization of nano and small-scale technology. NSTI was founded in 1997 as a result of the merger between various scientific societies, and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts with offices in California and Switzerland.

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