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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » NanoBusiness Talent Program-President Obama to unveil $250 Million math, science program
    Fellowships are intended for high school students that are completing their junior or senior years and they are named Talent fellows after completing a 9 week program The NanoBusiness Alliance has determined that nanotechnology will account for over 10 million jobs worldwide by 2015 Total revenues from products incorporating nanotechnology will reach 2 5 trillion by 2010 The Talent Program contributes to research and innovation in emerging technology as these students move forward in their careers The recipients this year included Abigail Chao Illinois Math and Science Academy Advanced Diamond Technologies Kevin Chen Illinois Math and Science Academy Ohmx Zachary Epstein Adlai E Stevenson High School NanoIntegris Yifei Huang Illinois Math and Science Academy NanoInk Kai Le Moy Glenbrook North High School Questek Michael Pearlman New Trier High School Nanosphere Paul Schied Lyons Township High School Nanotope Fangzhou Jimmy Yu Adlai E Stevenson High School NanoInk Advocates for engineering who participated in the 2009 program include Advanced Diamond Technologies http www thindiamond com Nanosphere http www nanosphere us NanoInk http www nanoink net Nanotope http www nanotope com NanoIntegris http www nanointegris com Ohmx http www ohmx com Questek http www questek comNBTF newsletter January2010 The Talent Program will take place again this summer Attached is our Winter 2010 Newsletter For more information on the program or to participate in 2010 please contact Lesley Hamming Program Director at lesley nanobusinesstalent org Regards Vincent Caprio It s Green It s Clean It s Never Seen That s Nanotechnology www vincentcaprio org Executive Director NanoBusiness Alliance vincentcaprio nynanobusiness org Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Pages Vincent s Bio Vincent s Friends Become a WIAF Individual Member Become a NanoBCA Individual Member Contact Me Vincent Caprio on You Tube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

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » 2 Nanotechnology Opportunities-Department of Energy, January 2010-Happy New Year!
    and manufacturing approaches that go beyond the current slurry coating based process Innovative Materials Processes for Advanced Carbon Capture Technologies IMPACCT DOE FOA 0000208 https arpa e foa energy gov FoaDetailsView aspx foaId e8551207 6354 4bbe 8978 1373398af9ca This announcement is aimed at cleaning up the coal fired power plants that currently meet half our country s electricity needs by developing innovative ideas for capturing carbon emissions Proposers should show that their innovative materials or new capture processes are ready to move beyond the basic research stage while laying out a development plan that will change the economics of carbon capture Specific interests include low cost catalysts and materials that can tolerate exposure to caustic flue gas This program is meant to complement more conventional Carbon Capture http fossil energy gov programs sequestration capture index html and Sequestration http fossil energy gov programs sequestration index html development efforts sponsored by DOE s Office of Fossil Energy http fossil energy gov index html Some of you may also have expertise in metabolic engineering or synthetic biology the technologies identified as appropriate for the third FOA Electrofuels DOE FOA 0000206 https arpa e foa energy gov FoaDetailsView aspx foaId d95b8b45 4738 47f6 a553 2db79c13437e Here the agency is looking to lessen our dependence on oil and reduce carbon emissions by using microorganisms to convert carbon dioxide to liquid transportation fuels with chemical or electrical energy as an input but without using petroleum or biomass For all three topics the mandatory preliminary proposal consists of a concept paper limited to five pages plus one budget page Projects should last 24 to 36 months and can request 1 2 Million to 10 Million Cost sharing is mandatory 20 for most entities 10 for universities in kind contributions are acceptable but money is preferred Further

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Happy Holidays from the NanoBusiness Alliance & Vincent Caprio – A Decade in Review
    The 2010 budget http www nano gov NNI 2010 budget supplement pdf provides 1 6 billion for the National Nanotechnology Initiative NNI reflecting steady growth in the NNI investment Nanotechnology funding reached 18 2 billion in 2008 as government spending ballooned to 8 4 billion corporate funding edged to 8 6 billion and venture capitalists provided 1 2 billion Nanotechnology activity in the energy and environment are especially hot as it accounts for 29 of all nanotechnology government spending 13 of corporate spending and 41 of venture capital Nanotechnology has begun to undergo a massive shift from the basic research phase to the commercialization phase where dozens of new products hit the market every week My friends at Lux Research http www luxresearchinc com a respected national technology research firm estimate that total revenues from products incorporating nanotechnology will reach 2 5 trillion by 2015 and that the industry will employ over 200 million workers This number has been adjusted downward 21 from earlier predictions due to the ongoing economic turmoil There are over 1 000 manufacturer identified products and thousands of others not publicized in the marketplace including solar cells clothing cosmetics water filters for the developing world new drug delivery methods that help extend the lives of cancer patients and many others At our 8th Annual NanoBusiness Alliance Conference http www nanobusiness2009 com last September in Chicago I observed the beginning of the commercialization of the nanotechnology era On December 7th in NYC I spoke at the Livingston Nanotechnology Conference http www livingstonsecurities com I told the audience that as our decade comes to an end I am very optimistic about our next 10 years in the Nanotechnology Community Our thoughts and prayers especially go out to our Nanotechnology Community and friends who are experiencing particularly difficult and

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Conference Highlights – Livingston Nanotechnology Conference, NYC
    Initiative http thewaterinitiative com MainPage 19 6 html Philip H Lippel PhD Nanotechnologist Kevin M Brophy Meidlinger Partners LLC http www meidlingerpartners net index html provided informative data on investing and the market size of the Water Industry During the reception over a dozen people who had enjoyed our water panel asked me about becoming an individual member of the Water Innovations Alliance Yes you can become an individual member http www vincentcaprio org become a member for only 100 We would like to thank our moderators Jeffrey Rosedale PhD of Woodcock Washburn Leon Radomsky of Foley Lardner Stanley Goos of Harris Beach PLLC Dave Arthur CEO of Southwest Nanotechnologies http www swentnano com offered a prize of an iPod Nano to the individual who came closest to the measured value of the viscosity of the V2V Ink Vehicle on display at his booth And the winner was one of my favorite IP attorneys Leon Radomsky of Foley Lardner Congratulations to Leon The final Keynote of our day was Scott Livingston Founder CEO of Livingston Securities http www livingstonsecurities com Scott provided an analysis of this past decade s nanotechnology start ups and his vision for nanotechnology for the next decade I would like to thank all of the attendees speakers and sponsors of my nanotechnology conferences from the past decade The next decade looks promising for all of us in the nano and water communities Happy Holidays and see you in 2010 Regards Vincent Caprio It s Green It s Clean It s Never Seen That s Nanotechnology www vincentcaprio org Sr Vice President NanoBusiness Alliance 203 733 1949 vincentcaprio nynanobusiness org Comments are closed Pages Vincent s Bio Vincent s Friends Become a WIAF Individual Member Become a NanoBCA Individual Member Contact Me Vincent Caprio on You Tube

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Livingston Nanotechnology Conference Monday Dec. 7th NYC-Program Reminder
    SWCNT and Specialty Multi wall Carbon Nanotubes We re at the forefront of developing innovative solutions for commercial applications using carbon nanotubes explains SWeNT CEO Dave Arthur At the conference I ll be focusing on two examples breakthrough ink technology that will enable energy efficient lighting affordable solar devices improved energy storage and printed electronics as well as smart fabric reinforcements to help rebuild and monitor our nation s infrastructure Our innovations in these and other emerging applications have us well positioned for significant growth in 2010 KEYNOTE REMINDER John Chiang Controller of the State of California will be our keynote speaker from 11 30 12 15 Charles Gasparino Wall Street Investigative Reporter and Author of The Sellout How Three Decades of Wall Street Greed and Government Mismanagement Destroyed the Global Financial System currently a bestseller available on Amazon com http www amazon com Sellout Government Mismanagement Destroyed Financial dp 0061697168 ref sr 1 1 ie UTF8 s books qid 1260038890 sr 8 1 or at all major bookstores will be speaking after lunch at 1 45 The final Keynote to wrap up our day s activities will be Scott Livingston CEO Founder of Livingston Securities http www livingstonsecurities com index php Scott will be providing his vision on 2010 Happy Holidays I look forward to seeing you in NYC on Monday Regards Vincent Caprio It s Green It s Clean It s Never Seen That s Nanotechnology www vincentcaprio org Executive Director NanoBusiness Alliance 203 733 1949 vincentcaprio nynanobusiness 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

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » 7 Nanotechnology Projects – Department of Energy, November 2009
    html Envia Systems Argonne National Laboratory http arpa e energy gov projects es html high 4 000 000 Energy Storage using nano silicon carbide anodes as a key component to store 3X the energy in lithium ion batteries as current technology for use in vehicles FastCAP Systems Corporation MIT http arpa e energy gov projects es html low 5 349 932 Energy Storage using nanotubes to build ultracapacitors combining battery like energy density with greatly improved power density for use in vehicles or to help interface wind and solar power to the electrical grid Inorganic Specialists Inc Ultramet Inc EaglePicher Southeast Nonwovens EMTEC http arpa e energy gov projects ES html Silicon 1 999 447 Energy Storage building next generation lithium ion batteries for vehicle use from carbon nanofiber paper NanOasis Technologies Inc http arpa e energy gov projects w html Carbon 2 031 252 Water using the extraordinary high flowthrough properties of carbon nanotubes to reduce the energy demands of reverse osmosis desalination processes for agricultural or municipal water supplies Pennsylvania State University Sentech Corporation http arpa e energy gov projects sf html Towards 1 900 067 Direct Solar Fuels converting sunlight directly into methane or other fuels with catalyst coated membranes made from titanium dioxide nanotubes Porifera Inc University of California Berkeley Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory http arpa e energy gov projects cc html Carbon 1 077 992 Carbon Capture adding carbon nanotubes to improve polymer membranes for capturing CO2 from coal fired power plants significantly lowering the cost of capturing green house gases University of Illinois MC10 Inc http arpa e energy gov projects wh html Harvesting 1 715 752 Waste Heat Capture using arrays of silicon nanotubes to convert wasted heat to electricity The total of these seven Nanotechnology projects funded by The Department of Energy

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Charlie Gasparino, CNBC, Editor to Keynote Livingston Nano Conference, Dec. 7th, NYC
    Infrastructure Projects around the World 10 45 11 30 Panel Top Venture Capitalists Reflect on IPOs and VC Trends in 2010 2011 Moderator Scott Livingston CEO of Livingston Securities Doug Jamison Chief Executive Officer Harris Harris Corp Michael Masters Masters Capital Bill Mulrow Paladin Capital Stephen Socolof New Venture Partners Tom Baruch Founder and Managing Partner CMEA Capital 10 45 11 30 Panel New Energy Infrastructure Moderator Jeffrey Rosedale Partner Woodcock Washburn Joseph Fisher Chief Executive Officer CFX Battery Inc Walter Robb Vantage Management Ron Smith Chief Executive Officer Verdant Power Keith Gillard Partner BASF Ventures 11 30 12 15 Keynote John Chiang Controller of the State of California 12 15 LUNCH Sponsored by the Italian Trade Consulate 1 00 1 45 Keynote Roger Duncan General Manager Austin Energy Interview and Discussion with Jack Hidary Chairman SmartTransportation org 1 45 2 30 Keynote Charles Gasparino Wall Street Investigative Reporter and Author of The Sellout How Three Decades of Wall Street Greed and Government Mismanagement Destroyed the Global Financial System currently a bestseller available on Amazon com or at all major bookstores 2 30 3 15 Panel Smarter Greener Buildings Moderator Leon Radomsky Foley Lardner Mike Cameron Sherwin Williams David Rosenberg CEO of Hycrete Inc Chris Tagge CEO LivinGreen Materials Mel Shreiberg CEO Ecorithim Inc Anna Dyson Architecture Professor RPI 2 30 3 15 Panel Water Infrastructure Moderator Vincent Caprio Executive Director of the NanoBusiness Alliance William Brennan Chairman CEO Brennan Investment Partners Kevin McGovern Chairman The Water Initiative Mark Modzelewski Founder the Water Innovations Alliance 3 15 4 00 Keynote Tom Baruch Founder Managing Director Energy Materials CMEA Capital 3 45 4 30 Panel Rebuilding the World with Next Generation Materials Moderator Stanley Goos Harris Beach PLLC John Andresakis Mitsui International David Arthur CEO Southwest Nanotechnologies Andrew Dreyer Mitsubishi Co David Pollack CEO MMFX Technologies Paul Boulier A Schulman Co 3 45 4 30 Panel Companies to Watch in 2010 Mike Burke CEO Nanothread Inc James Hussey CEO Nanoink H Kumar Wickramisinghe University of California Irvine Paul Ashton CEO Psivida Inc Asis Banerjee CEO Ovation Polymers Inc 4 15 5 00 Keynote To be announced 5 00 Closing Remarks and Drinks Networking Scott and I look forward to seeing you in New York City on December 7th Regards Vincent Caprio It s Green It s Clean It s Never Seen That s Nanotechnology www vincentcaprio org Sr Vice President NanoBusiness Alliance 203 733 1949 vincentcaprio nynanobusiness org NANO NEWS for the week ending Nov 21st Lockheed Martin Tests Carbon Nanotube Based Memory Devices on NASA Shuttle Mission http www nanowerk com news newsid 13607 php Emerging Therapies in Pancreatic Cancer Show Promise http www physorg com wire news 19937441 emerging therapies in pancreatic cancer show promise html SouthWest NanoTechnologies To Feature Breakthrough Carbon Nanotube Ink Technology at MRS Meeting in Boston http www nanowerk com news newsid 13525 php At CUNY Mission to Elevate Science Begins to Bear Fruit http www nytimes com 2009 11 16 education 16cuny html Carolina

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Carbon Nanotube Coalition-McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, Dec. 3, San Francisco CA
    provided to those attending the session in person I Orientation and Goals of the Meeting 8 45am Rick Canady Carbon Nanotube Coalition Welcome and opening remarks 9 00am Bill Gulledge ACC Nanotechnology Panel Consideration of the DTSC carbon nanotube data call in for the broader value chain and implications to other nanomaterials nationally 9 15am Tom Jacobs California Nano Regulatory Committee The California Nano scene DTSC and the California legislative environment What does this mean Guided Discussion of Issues in Responses to the Questions 9 30am Ann Grimaldi McKenna Long Aldridge LLP Addressing DTSC questions 1 3 quoted directly from the DTSC letter to manufacturers 1 What is the value chain for your company For example in what products are your carbon nanotubes used by others In what products In what quantities Who are your major customers 2 What sampling detection and measurement methods are you using to monitor detect and measure the presence of your chemical in the workplace and the environment Provide a full description of all required sampling detection measurement and verification methodologies Provide full QA QC protocol 3 What is your knowledge about the current and projected presence of your chemical in the environment that results from manufacturing distribution use and end of life disposal 10 45am Coffee Break 11 00am Michael Boucher McKenna Long Aldridge LLP Addressing DTSC questions 4 6 4 What is your knowledge about the safety of your chemical in terms of occupational safety public health and the environment 5 What methods are you using to protect workers in the research development and manufacturing environment 6 When released does your material constitute a hazardous waste under California Health Safety Code provisions Are discarded off spec materials a hazardous waste Once discarded are the carbon nanotubes you produce a hazardous waste What are your waste handling practices for carbon nanotubes 12 15pm Working Lunch provided to those attending the session in person III Guided Discussion of Cross Cutting Issues 1 15pm Rick Canady Carbon Nanotube Coalition Addressing general Issues in responses CBI consideration Data submission How much is enough Can data be viewed as eyes only or through read across data compilations Submitting information about the value chain i e your customers or suppliers Relation of DTSC reporting to TSCA and CEPA reporting and regulation Public perception issues of differing opinions of safety and hazardous waste and of a lack of monitoring information Influence of responses on next steps for DTSC IV Questions and Answers with DTSC Open session CNC members other industry participants and California DTSC and others at their invitation 2 30pm Ann Grimaldi McKenna Long Aldridge LLP Open session IV The workshop will be joined by DTSC and others e g University and research groups named in the data call in 2 45pm Jeff Wong California DTSC DTSC responds to questions arising from responses to the data call in To the degree possible we would provide DTSC with a list of topics we will need responses on based on discussions

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