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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Review of 10th Annual NanoBusiness Conference Day 2 – September 27th
    its own NRI the Tsukuba Nano Center AIST NIMS U Tsukuba NEC Sharp Toshiba Hitachi others These kinds of hybrid partnerships are likely to form in other trending nano areas such as personalized nanomedicine photonics energy conversion and storage and integrated biological and environmental studies By 2020 we must be prepared for mass applications of not just nanomaterials but nanoscale devices and systems often with biological components We need new models for innovation as part of a greater emphasis on commercialization with an emphasis on sustainable development job creations and returning value to society for its investments And we need to develop and fund global institutions capable of addressing the full range of governance issues Jim Hussey CEO of NanoInk returned us firmly to the commercial world with his talk entitled How Do You Create and Build a Nanotechnology Company http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA wp content uploads 2011 10 Hussey 0927a pdf To Jim success in that endeavor is defined not just through the development of safe reliable profitable products but by providing appropriate shareholder return training employing and fairly compensating a skilled workforce and contributing to the economy at local state and national scale NanoInk s trip down that road began with the licensing of dip pen nanofabrication technology from Northwestern in 2001 An experienced entrepreneurial team brought in over 100M of private capital and began to build products and revenues It took several years but the technology they developed is wildly disruptive and quickly drew attention in the diagnostic and genomic communities By reducing the amount of fluid needed by over 10 orders of magnitude NanoInk can greatly reduce the cost and increase the performance of many kinds of biological assays Their business is built on a mix of equipment and consumables sales and is international They have developed a specialized training instrument and accompanying courseware called the NanoProfessor system which foreign universities are snapping up quickly Looking forward the company may have an opportunity to break into an entirely new field as the semiconductor industry ponders the relative merits of continued miniaturization via optical lithography known as More Moore vs incorporating new techniques and new functionalities known as More than Moore Jim who has mentored many new entrepreneurs closed with a few words of advice for other prospective company builders He prefers private capital to government funding Listen to what the customers want it is what matters And if you are the scientist recognize that building product requires a different skill set than invention so get out of the commercialization experts way SouthWest Nanotechnology CEO Dave Arthur closed out the Tuesday morning keynote session Dave told us how SWeNT has gone from producing a few grams of single wall carbon nanotubes per day in its startup phase 2000 2005 to kg day with the opening of a production plant in 2008 and on to as much as 10 000 kg day today They have built 5 successively larger generations of their vertical fluidized reactors while working closely with NIOSH and EPA to ensure that their plant and product are safe SWeNT now has EPA consent orders in place authorizing them to manufacture both single wall and multi wall CNTs in substantial quantities They are incorporating tubes into inks to fulfill customer desire for safe and easy handling Through a partnership with the coating experts from Chasm many of them ex Polaroid they have formulated products especially appropriate for roll to roll application SWeNT has received important support from both Federal and Oklahoma government agencies totaling 6M They have also raised 13M in equity seed and A rounds plus 5M in debt capital from the Norman economic development coalition They are ready for another equity infusion and are planning on closing a B round of about 15M in the first quarter of 2012 On the customer side things are progressing but there is still a ways to go Typically it takes a year to move customers past their early excitement about technology and performance to the point where they define a complete convenient solution meeting real product needs The main target market now is thin films for electronics composites applications in supercapacitors batteries and membranes remain tantalizing but even at 1 loading will require far higher quantities of CNTs tonnes per day than SWeNT can currently provide As a transparent thin film for touchscreens SWeNT has licensed and is producing a CNT bearing ink developed by Chasm Called V2V it is not only a cheaper material than traditional Indium Tin Oxide coatings but is less expensive to apply in the necessary pattern The company also has a program newly funded by the State of Oklahoma to work with Chasm and Panasonic on semiconducting inks that could greatly improve the performance of OLED TVs They also continue to develop differentiated nanotube products including a tube variety with a very low defect rate and a narrow mix of chiralities A greener ultralow cost process for manufacturing single wall tubes is in an early stage of development Dave hopes to fund it separately from the much more advanced thin film work As conceived this process would reduce energy usage by 95 and carbon dioxide emissions by 99 It would be scaleable to 10 tonnes day at a cost of 0 10 gm and could change the prospects for composite products dramatically Tuesday morning continued with five company presentations in two parallel sessions along with an update from David Bunzow http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA wp content uploads 2011 10 Bunzow 0927a pdf from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on opportunities to use Department of Energy facilities and a talk by attorney Jeffrey Rosedale http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA wp content uploads 2011 10 Rosedale 0927A pdf from Woodcock Washburn on strategies for extending the lifetime of your intellectual property You will find several of these presentations online also featuring Nanophase CEO Jess Jankowski http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA wp content uploads 2011 10 Jankowski 0927a pdf Cambridge NanoTech founder and ALD

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Review of 10th Annual NanoBusiness Conference Day 1 – September 26th
    end of the CMOS roadmap the Education Alliance providing scholarship and fellowship support along with mentoring to attract the brightest undergraduate and graduate students to industry relevant research and several smaller topical research collaborations Another important point that George said industry groups should keep in mind if they are thinking about emulating this model is the need to simultaneously optimize the interests of companies agencies students and universities and clarity about the time frame for the investment Ross Kozarsky http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA wp content uploads 2011 10 Ross 0926a pdf from the Lux Research Applied Materials Team closed out the morning Keynote session Lux continues to look at a three part value chain consisting of nanomaterials intermediates and end user products He discussed Arkema Zyvex Easton as the prototypical chain Arkema makes carbon nanotubes Zyvex disperses the tubes in prepreg mixtures and Easton incorporates the prepregs into molded sporting goods Lux sees intermediates as the sweet spot right now with the highest profit margins Although final product producers have higher revenues Some companies produce nanomaterials and incorporate them into intermediates themselves graphene producer Vorbeck for example will only sell intermediates not raw materials Manufacturers of sporting goods and large products like airplanes are typical first adopters for nanotechnology Neither of these markets use high volumes of materials Automotive uses dominate the market for multi wall carbon nanotubes according to a recent Lux market study a trend they expect to continue MWNT production capacity currently exceeds demand and will continue to do so for 5 years he continued This may well cut the price currently averaging 100 kg in half Next Ross turned to the solar industry another subject of a recent Lux study They looked at several thin film technology vendors including Solexant Nanosolar and ISET All are working with ink based roll to roll manufacturing techniques in an effort to reduce beat conventional PV production costs while reducing panel weight Nanosolar and ISET use Copper Indium Gallium Selenide CIGS bearing inks while Solexant uses Cadmium Telluride CdTe Nanosolar has maintained a low profile since former RAMBUS head Geoff Tate replaced founding CEO Martin Roscheisen in March 2010 Solexant which has raised 84M since 2006 delayed plans to locate manufacturing in Oregon and may abandon a 25M loan They have also been through a CEO change with Silicon Valley veteran Brad Mattson replacing founder Damoder Reddy in June While these companies trying to bring nanotechnology and other new ideas into the solar field struggle with startup problems First Solar and other crystalline Silicon c Si manufacturers continue to drive down the cost of the conventional competition One of the few recent nanotech bright spots in the solar field is Innovalight They too set out to make thin film PV panels but switched to a different path when they sized up the marketplace The firm acquired by Dupont in July 2011 decided to make just nanocrystal silicon ink which existing panel makers use to improve the efficiency of their products Ross did discuss the failure of Solyndra stating that they got the engineering scaling issues right but not the economic and business scaling issues As you undoubtedly know the Solyndra bankruptcy which could wipe out most of a 500M loan guaranteed by the Department of Energy has been a contentious topic in Washington Ross pointed out that other ambitious plans to reshape the solar market such as Applied Materials attempt to produce ready to go cell manufacturing plants had also failed on a similar scale Applied s 2010 Materials shut down of its SunFab business with a 425 million restructuring charge drew far less attention The morning continued with two parallel sessions moderated by attorneys with long and strong track records in nanotech The first session hosted by our EHS subcommittee chair Lynn Bergeson of Bergeson and Campbell featured a lively discussion of the status of environmental health and safety issues while the second hosted by Foley and Lardner s Steven Rutt started with an panel on recent changes in patent law and continued with reports by James Watkins and Ahmed Busnaina on technologies now emerging from the NSF Nanomanufacturing centers they lead at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Northeastern University respectively If you are interested in more details you can download EHS presentations from Nanocomp s Mark Banash http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA wp content uploads 2011 10 Banash 0926a pdf NIOSH s Chuck Geraci http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA wp content uploads 2011 10 Geraci 0926a pdf along with Jim Watkins report http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA wp content uploads 2011 10 Watkins 0926a pdf from the Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing from the web http www ctnanobusiness org NanoBCA 2011 nanomanufacturing summit presentations Peter Antoinette of Nanocomp opened the Monday afternoon session with the first of our CEO Keynotes Peter continued the theme of nanotech s second act using Nanocomp s progress to illustrate how promising nanomaterials are finding early applications Peter told us how Nanocomp is scaling up its production of yarns and sheets which bring the extraordinary mechanical and electrical properties of carbon nanotubes to the macroscale Melding CNT production methods with traditional wire spinning and braiding machinery they are now producing cables sheets and tapes in a newly renovated facility in Manchester NH on two shifts six days a week Peter reminded us that the patent situation for carbon nanotubes is a bit murky at the moment The two key composition of matter patents IBM s for single wall tubes and NEC s for multiwalls both of which have been widely licensed are nearing expiration It remains to be seen if other IPR related to CNT production will end up in one or more patent pools or whether someone will declare war But Nanocomp and others are building their own product and IPR portfolios which Peter asserted are beginning to be recognized as enablers of strategically important advanced materials NASA s recently launched Juno mission will rely on Nanocomp s conductive sheets to

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » NanoBusiness recommends 2011 AIChE Nanotechnology Conference & Workshops, Nov. 1-3, NYC
    processing and application of nanoengineered materials with an emphasis on energy generation and storage biological applications including pharmaceuticals nanomedicine and nano enabled devices Cutting edge research from some of the world s leading nano scientists technologists and business trends from industry leaders will be presented in six conference sessions The program will provide attendees an unmatched look at the state of the art in these emerging technologies and their path to the market place This unique meeting will bridge the gap between science technology and commercialization and attract an international group of participants that represent the research business and investment communities TO REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCE PLEASE VISIT http northeastregional aiche org content registration One could register separately for the workshops or the conference or both TO VIEW THE COMPLETE AGENDA PLEASE VISIT http northeastregional aiche org webfm send 34 This conference will emphasize the importance of connecting technology to the market Those involved in the nanotechnology industry will benefit from this event I am looking forward to seeing you in NYC Regards Vincent Caprio Serving the Nanotechnology Community for Over a Decade Executive Director NanoBusiness Commercialization Association 203 733 1949 vincent nanobca org www nanobca org Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Pages Vincent s Bio Vincent s Friends Become a WIAF Individual Member Become a NanoBCA Individual Member Contact Me Vincent Caprio on You Tube Discussing Water Infrastructure Water 2 0 Conference February 26 2013 30 Rockefeller Center New York NYC 5th Annual Nanotech Commercialization Conference April 9 10 2013 Wake Forest Biotech Place Winston Salem NC NanoBusiness Commercialization Association 11th Annual NanoBusiness Conference September 5 7 2012 Boston MA Water Innovations Alliance Home Key Posts Nanotech Commercialization Conference April 9 10 2013 Wake Forest Biotech Place Winston Salem NC

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Nanotechnology, the U.S. Economy And You
    the driver that is taking the U S out of the economic doldrums and into global strength As I noted in a keynote address to the conference one country our country accounts for about 35 of the global nanotechnology markets That s 35 of a 1 6 trillion market by 2013 The reason Nanotechnology equals complexity It demands high level knowledge and a pool of skilled knowledge workers We ve got it here Dollar a day hands simply can t get the job done Nanotechnology will continue to be the lever that moves the manufacturing world so instead of exporting jobs America will be exporting nano enabled products Dozens of companies from Europe Asia and the Middle East were at the conference Their goal was tapping into the American know how for making science into business Some were there to buy Some were looking to invest More than a few were making plans to set up facilities in America to be close to the nanotech centers of power And others were simply trying to learn our go to market strategies to help inform their own Our government leaders joined the Boston nano revolution too Representatives from Congress The White House regulators and funders were visible and vocal They know innovation is the key to rebuilding the economy and that the U S has an undeniable edge What other technologies have the depth of unexplored potential What other platform can support so many product verticals Nanotechnology is the core of the new economy led by savvy entrepreneurs who are ready to run and Washington is committed to supporting sensible regulation and smart investment Have you joined the Revolution in your organization If not it s time As I told the Boston group don t worry if you re not an expert

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Final Keynote Update – Nano Energy Summit – October 25-26th, Golden CO
    President and CTO ALD Nanosolutions Alan W Weimer Executive Director Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels C2B2 University of Colorado Boulder 4 00 4 30 New change to the patent law and its effects on R D George C Lewis P E Patent Copyright and Trademark Law Merchant Gould P C 5 00 6 30 Reception WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 2011 National Renewable Energy Laboratory NREL Golden CO 9 00 10 00 Panel Moderator Laura Faulconer PhD Director of Innovation Projects Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology COIN Richard Adams Manager Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center NREL 10 00 11 00 Panel Moderator Jim Hurd Director NanoScience Exchange Robert Tenent Senior Scientist Chemical and Materials Science NREL 11 00 1 00 VIP Tour of NREL s New Ultra Energy Efficient Research Building REGISTRATION CLOSED FOR TOUR RESERVE YOUR HOTEL ROOM TODAY Denver Marriott West http www marriott com hotels travel denwe denver marriott west 1717 Denver West Blvd Golden Colorado 80401 Toll free 888 238 1803 303 279 9100 Room Rate 141 per night When making your reservation be sure to use the code Nano Energy Summit to receive your discounted rate NANO NEWS Bergeson Campbell P C Lynn L Bergeson Will Speak During the NanoEHS Workshop Series Webinar http www lawbc com tsca news 2011 31 mobile html Nanotechnology the U S Economy And you The nanotech world goes commercial and you re at the epicenter by Scott Rickert CEO Nanofilm http www nanofilmtechnology com news pdf Rickert 20IndustryWeek 20column the nanoeconomy 101111 pdf Scott Livingston s 4th Annual Livingston Healthcare Life Science Conference Thursday October 27th in midtown Manhattan www livingstonsecurities com If you are interested in finding out more information please email jonathan livingstonsecurities com I would like to remind you that the presentations from our 10th Annual NanoBusiness Nanomanufacturing

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Boston Presentations Now Available/Agenda Update-4th Annual Nano Energy Summit, Oct. 25-26th
    Orlov Partner McKenna Long Aldridge John Finley MemPro Karen Buechler Co Founder President and CTO ALD Nanosolutions Alan W Weimer Executive Director Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels C2B2 University of Colorado Boulder 4 00 4 30 New change to the patent law and its effects on R D George C Lewis P E Patent Copyright and Trademark Law Merchant Gould P C 4 30 5 00 Keynote Kenneth E Russell PhD Enterprise Strategy CISCO 5 00 5 30 Keynote The Honorable Kelly H Carnes President CEO TechVision21 5 30 7 00 Reception WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 2011 National Renewable Energy Laboratory NREL Golden CO 9 00 10 00 Panel Moderator Griffith A Kundahl Executive Director Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology COIN 10 00 11 00 Panel Moderator Laura Faulconer PhD Director of Innovation Projects Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology COIN 11 00 1 00 VIP Tour of NREL s New Ultra Energy Efficient Research Building Limited Availability Click here to learn more http www nanoenergysummit org NREL VIPTour2011 php RESERVE YOUR HOTEL ROOM TODAY THE DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12th Denver Marriott West http www marriott com hotels travel denwe denver marriott west 1717 Denver West Blvd Golden Colorado 80401 Toll free 888 238 1803 303 279 9100 Room Rate 141 per night When making your reservation be sure to use the code Nano Energy Summit to receive your discounted rate REGISTER TODAY 200 https events r20 constantcontact com register eventReg oeidk a07e4mmra3dfca3076d oseq NANO NEWS Nanotechnology the U S Economy And you The nanotech world goes commercial and you re at the epicenter by Scott Rickert CEO Nanofilm http www nanofilmtechnology com news pdf Rickert 20IndustryWeek 20column the nanoeconomy 101111 pdf Bergeson Campbell P C House Subcommittee Holds Hearing on Environmental Regulation and Its Impact on the Economy http

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » NanoBusiness News – Boston Conference/Nano Energy Summit Oct. 25-26th
    and analysis of the conference As the Boston event comes to a close we are preparing for our Rocky Mountain High Our 4th Annual Nano Energy Summit http www nanoenergysummit org index php will be held at the Colorado School of Mines on Tuesday October 25th and the Nano Renewable Energy Laboratory NREL on Wednesday October 26th in Golden CO AGENDA http www nanoenergysummit org program php RESERVE YOUR HOTEL ROOM TODAY THE DEADLINE IS MONDAY OCTOBER 10th Denver Marriott West http www marriott com hotels travel denwe denver marriott west 1717 Denver West Blvd Golden Colorado 80401 Toll free 888 238 1803 303 279 9100 Room Rate 141 per night When making your reservation be sure to use the code Nano Energy Summit to receive your discounted rate REGISTER TODAY 200 https events r20 constantcontact com register eventReg oeidk a07e4mmra3dfca3076d oseq NANO NEWS IBM Intel Start 4 4 Billion Chip Venture in New York http www sfgate com cgi bin article cgi f g a 2011 09 27 bloomberg articlesLS70QB6K50XS DTL Lux Capital Fall 2011 Updates http luxcapital com newsletter fall 2011 html Dr E Clayton Teague Joins Pixelligent s Advisory Board http www prnewswire com news releases dr e clayton teague joins pixelligents advisory board 129899808 html Quantum dot technology brings richer colors to TVs video http venturebeat com 2011 09 30 quantum dot technology video utm source feedburner utm medium email utm campaign Feed 3A Venturebeat 28VentureBeat 29 Thank you all for your participation in Boston and I look forward to seeing many of you in Denver Regards Vincent Caprio Serving the Nanotechnology Community for Over a Decade Executive Director NanoBusiness Commercialization Association 203 733 1949 vincent nanobca org www nanobca org Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Pages Vincent s

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » NEXT WEEK: NanoBusiness/Nanomanufacturing Summit 2011 9/25-9/27 – Boston, MA
    rate Nanomanufacturing Northeastern University 2 00 4 00 Nanomedicine and NanoDiagnostics Innovation Regulation and Investment Session Chair Mostafa Analoui PhD Head of Healthcare Life Sciences Livingston Securities Dr Paul Ashton CEO President pSivida Piotr Grodzinski PhD Director of NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer National Cancer Institute Omid Farokhzad MD Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School HMS Co Founder of Bind Biosciences Selecta Biosciences Subhas Malghan PhD FDA Deputy Director in the Office of Science and Eng Lab Center for Devices and Radiological Health CDRH Misti Ushio PhD Managing Director Harris Harris Anil Diwan PhD Chairman President Nanoviricides Inc 2 00 3 00 High Performance Green Nanomaterials for Electronics Industrial Applications Doug Keszler Founder CSO of Inpria Corp Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Oregon State University David C Johnson Rosaria Haugland Foundation Chair in Pure Applied Chemistry University of Oregon Judy Giordan Partner ecosVC Robert D Skip Rung President Executive Director ONAMI 3 00 4 00 Regulating Tiny Technology Big Impact on Innovation and Commercialization Fern O Brian Partner Thompson Hine LLP John Mitchell Partner Thompson Hine LLP Troy Prince Associate Thompson Hine LLP TUESDAY September 27 2011 KEYNOTES 8 30 8 40 Doug Jamison CEO Managing Director Harris Harris Group 8 40 9 05 Scott Rickert Co Founder President CEO NanoFilm 9 05 9 30 Dr Mihail C Roco Senior Advisor for Nanotechnology National Science Foundation 9 30 10 00 Jim Hussey CEO Nanoink 10 00 10 30 David Arthur CEO SouthWest NanoTechnologies Inc 1 15 2 00 Jim Phillips CEO NanoMech 4 30 5 00 Carrie Freeman Director Sustainable Business Innovation Intel 5 00 5 30 William Wescott Vice President Innovation Americas Veolia Environnement North America Operations LLC SPEAKERS 8 25 Opening Remarks Vincent Caprio Executive Director NanoBusiness Commercialization Association Griffith Kundahl Executive Director Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology COIN Session Chair Laura Faulconer PhD Director of Innovation Projects Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology COIN 10 30 11 00 Jess Jankowski President CEO Nanophase 10 30 11 00 T Joseph Fisher III CEO Contour Energy 11 00 11 30 DOE User Programs Opportunities for Commercialization David A Bunzow User Facilities Program Manager Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 11 00 11 30 Jill Becker PhD Founder Cambridge NanoTech 11 30 12 00 Ajay Malshe Founder EVP Chief Technology Officer CTO NanoMech LLC 11 30 12 30 Pharma IP Evergreening Strategies i e Patent Extension Using Nanotechnology Jeffrey Rosedale PhD Attorney Woodcock Washburn 12 00 12 30 Craig Bandes CEO Pixelligent Technologies 2 00 2 30 Commercializing Nanotechnology The Benefits of the Split Plasma Technique Michael Foley Founder President Cheap Tubes Inc 2 00 2 30 Quantum Dot Commercialization Opportunities Frank Ignazzitto Vice President Government Business QD Vision Inc 2 30 3 00 Best Practices of Commercializing Nanotechnology in EU Case Finland Dr Eeva Viinikka Business Director Programme Director of National Nanotechnology Cluster Programme Culminatum Innovation Ltd Oy 2 30 3 00 Plasmonic Nanomanufacturing Cheng Sun NSF Center for Scalable and Integrated Nanomanufacturing 3 00 3 30 Mike Milburn PhD Chief Scientific

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