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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Nano News
    1 Sensors Provide Early Warning of Biological Threats http nanotechwire com news asp nid 8924 PEN s Nanotechnology Consumer Products Inventory Now Available via iPhone and iPod Touch http www azonano com news asp newsID 14641 Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Pages Vincent s Bio Vincent s Friends Become a WIAF Individual Member Become a NanoBCA Individual Member Contact Me Vincent Caprio on You Tube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 Useful Links National Nanotechnology Initiative InterNano Resources for Nanomanufacturing Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology Nano and Other Emerging Chemical Technologies Blog CalNIN California Nano Industry Network Bergeson Campbell PC National Nanotechnology Coordination Office Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 December

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » 5th Annual Livingston Nanotechnology Conference, Dec. 7th, NYC
    DCM Doll Capital Management and Immediate Past Chairman National Venture Capital Association The NVCA four pillar plan to reinvigorate small IPOs 10 45 11 30 Panel 1 Energy Transmission storage Supercapacitors Batteries and PHEVs 10 45 11 30 Panel 2 Capital and Investment Trends on Wall Street in Venture Capital and other areas of growth investment Moderator Vincent Caprio SVP NanoBusiness Alliance 11 30 12 15 Panel 3 IPOs Introducing the IPO candidates of 2010 Moderator Scott Livingston 11 30 12 15 Panel 4 Solar 2 0 Strategies for 75 oil New Technologies beyond thin film and utility scale solar 12 15 1 00 LUNCH 1 00 1 45 Keynote Roger Duncan General Manager Austin Energy Green Initiatives and Public Utilities Smart Grids Green Buildings and Alternative Energy Sources 1 45 2 30 Keynote Charles Gasparino Wall Street Investigative Reporter and Author of The Sellout newly released account of Wall Street s stunning collapse in 2008 2009 from one of America s most critically acclaimed financial reporters 2 30 3 15 Panel 5 Green Buildings and Energy Efficient Cities Moderator Leon Radomsky Partner Foley Lardner Anna Dyson Architecture Professor RPI 2 30 3 15 Panel 6 Water the Next Oil but Where to Invest Moderator Mark Modzelewski Water Innovations Alliance 3 15 4 00 Panel 7 Infrastructure Rebuilding America with Next Generation Materials Moderator Stanley Goos Member Harris Beach LLC 3 15 4 00 Panel 8 Printed Electronics Poised for a Breakout 4 00 4 45 Keynote Robert Prieto Senior Vice President Infrastructure Group Fluor Corp Infrastructure Projects around the World 4 45 5 00 Closing Remarks Scott Livingston Chief Executive Officer Livingston Securities Scott Livingston and I are looking forward to seeing you on Pearl Harbor Day December 7th in NYC Regards Vincent Caprio www vincentcaprio org President New

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Invitation: India Trade Mission Trip Nov. 16-20 Delhi and Mumbai
    industrial and domestic customers The Company was formed in 2004 and has since ventured beyond Jamshedpur to create new facilities in water across the country apart from modernizing and maintaining existing ones http juscoltd com water and waste water asp Knowledge Infrastructure Systems Pvt Ltd an evolving energy management company expanding into the water supply arena www knowledgeispower in Those companies engaged in technologies around solar energy fuel cell and photovoltaic technology would get an opportunity to interact and share their experiences and innovations with a cross section of companies and institutes including TERI a leading global institution focused on sustainable development It has created an environment that is enabling dynamic and inspiring for the development of solutions to global problems in the fields of energy environment and current patterns of development which are largely unsustainable http www teriin org The head of TERI Dr Pachauri is a Nobel Laureate along with Al Gore for Environmental Matters Reliance Energy a key part of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group ADAG India s third largest business house and is the country s foremost private sector utility with aggregate group revenues of US 3 billion http www rel co in Rel aboutus relatglance jsp Wipro EcoEnergy the renewable energy services arm of WIPRO a major software company is a one stop shop for clean energy technologies http www wiproinfra com html wipro ecoenergy html In coatings the delegates would have an opportunity to interact with both large and medium sized entities to inform and educate business leaders on the commercialization of their technologies across the infrastructure space These include Reliance Infrastructure part of Reliance ADAG is the country s first and only private sector builder to build India s first 100 storey building a trade tower and a business district over 80 acres in the southern city of Hyderabad http www rinfra com ri aboutus html DLF group is the leading real estate developer in India The group has over 224 million sq ft of existing development and 748 sq ft of planned development http www dlf in dlf wcm connect DLF Common DLF SITE HOME GMR group is now a global infrastructure player with major interests in Airports Energy Highways and Urban Infrastructure Going forward the group is actively seeking opportunities in core areas of infrastructure development including property development and transportation http gmrgroup co in DSC Ltd is a part of DS Corp a transnational conglomerate present across four continents The conglomerate has interests spread across the world ranging from developing and constructing Infrastructure to hospitality trading real estate and retailing www dsclimited com K L Gates is exploring the level of interest in such a project The Firm would not charge any fees for the trip costs to participants would include their travel expenses airfare hotel etc and between 2 500 and 3 000 per participant for the Indian logistics people Please let me know if you would be interested in participating Regards Vincent Caprio Sr Vice President NanoBusiness

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Nano and Green Technology 2009 Conference and Symposium, Nov 17-19, NYC
    ending October 10 2009 Foley Lardner s Sharon Barner Named Deputy Director of the USPTO http www foley com news news detail aspx newsid 4024 Nanotechnology breast cancer study receives 2 8 million DoD grant http www nanowerk com news newsid 12972 php 50 years ago this week on October 5 1959 IBM introduced the IBM 1401 the first practical business computer The system cost 78 800 or 1 450 per month to rent http en wikipedia org wiki IBM 1401 Here is a list of America s Smartest Cities http www thedailybeast com blogs and stories 2009 10 04 americas smartest cities from first to worst cid bs archive9 gallery 787 page 1 During the last 30 years I lived in Boston No 3 on the list for the first 15 years and in Connecticut No 6 on the list for the last 15 years and the past 2 years I was the conference chair of the Nano Renewable Energy Summit http www nanoenergysummit org venue php located in Denver CO No 5 on the list So I was thinking that makes me well but a lifelong friend of mine said I ve lost a lot of points because I spent too much time in Jersey I hope to see you in Philadelphia http nanotechinstitute org next week on October 15th and 16th at the 2009 Discovery to Commercialization Conference Regards Vincent Caprio Sr Vice President NanoBusiness Alliance Tel 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 New York NYC 5th Annual

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Save the Dates, NanoBusiness Alliance Conference, Sept 27-29, 2010, Chicago, IL
    of a fire At the conclusion of Dean s remarks he received a standing ovation I strongly encourage members of our nano community to volunteer and contribute to Dean Kamen s FIRST program On Tuesday morning we had the honor of having Congressman Dan Lipinski address the nano and water communities Congressman Lipinski is a leading supporter of nanotechnology and has championed the reauthorization of the National Nanotechnology Initiative http www nanowerk com news newsid 12616 php in the House this year At lunch on Wednesday to another full house Thomas Kalil Deputy Director for Policy for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and Senior Advisor for Science Technology and Innovation for the National Economic Council http www ostp gov cs about ostp leadership staff said One reason why nano continues to be a priority for this administration is that it is potentially a very powerful tool for achieving some of the president s goals such as accelerating the transition to a low carbon economy and reducing death and suffering from cancer Nanotechnology holds great potential for solving scientific problems and for creating vast economic opportunities for the country in the areas of clean energy public health environment and medicine http www merid org NDN more php id 2132 Mr Kalil said the White House expects broader contributions from the nanotechnology industry such as a collaboration that mirrors the one currently existing between government and the semiconductor industry which involves mutual support and sharing of information Tom asked members of the nano community to email Sean Murdock our Executive Chairman sean nanobusiness org case studies of high impact applications and commercial products so that we can quantify the economic benefit to the White House In continuation of Dean Kamen s theme Tom said The president doesn t think we can remain a great nation unless we can get more young boys and girls interested in STEM science technology engineering and mathematics Surveys show now that children would rather take out the garbage or clean up their rooms than work on math and science On Thursday morning Fabien Cousteau Aquatic Filmmaker and Oceanic Explorer http www waterinnovations org speakers php delivered a fascinating and very moving presentation on the world s oceans Cousteau said We need to make 10 percent of our oceans no take zones places akin to national parks If you give nature a chance to recuperate it will http www greentechmedia com articles read make ten percent of ocean a no go zone says cousteau Without fresh water there is no life on this planet Cousteau said Water is the most valuable resource on this planet bar none You can t drink oil and you can t drink gold Once again Sean Murdock and I would like to thank all of our NanoBusiness Alliance members and the nano community for our most memorable conference to date We are looking forward to seeing you this fall at various conferences and don t forget to save the

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » 2009 Discovery to Commercialization Conference, Oct. 15-16, Philadelphia, PA
    315 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19106 Contact http bftp cal basecampbusiness com email 7360 field contact email SPEAKERS INCLUDE Travis Earles U S Office of Science Technology Policy George Engelmayr Ph D Penn State University David Kaplan Ph D Tufts University C Spike Narayan Ph D IBM Research Josh Wolfe Lux Capital Andrew Jackson Ph D ExxonMobil AGENDA October 15th 2009 8 00am 7 00pm University Industry Partnerships and Commercialization in Nano Bio and Nano Energy Poster Session Abstract Submission is Now Open Cash Prizes for Best Student Posters Nanotechnology Lab to Market A free venue for venture capital and business development professionals to learn about breakthroughs and licensing opportunities from NTI affiliated universities October16th 2009 8 00am 3 30pm Learn about the next generation of advanced textile technology with site visit to Philadelphia University s Advanced Textiles Research Center I look forward to seeing you in Philadelphia 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 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 Useful Links National Nanotechnology Initiative InterNano Resources for Nanomanufacturing Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology Nano and Other Emerging Chemical Technologies Blog CalNIN California Nano Industry Network Bergeson Campbell PC National Nanotechnology Coordination Office Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations » Blog Archive » Livingston Healthcare and Life Science Stakeholders Summit, Sept. 24, NYC
    Development Early to Mid Stage Fund Raise and Alliance Major Pharma Small Emerging company view VC PE Opening Statements by BJ Bormann PhD SVP of Bus Dev Licensing Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceutical Tory Ramaker Corporate Head of BD Baxter Bill Burkoth Director of Venture Capital Pfizer Inc Misti Ushio PhD VP of Harris Harris Group Eugene Seymour MD CEO of Nanoviricides Inc SESSION II Diagnostics Valuation and Future Directions Current Landscape Business technology and finance Key future directions Opening Statements by Mark Dente MD VP Healthcare Solution at GE Healthcare Gary Fletcher PhD Technology R D Becton Dickenson BD Diagnostics Jonathan White MD Head of R D at Haemonetics Douglas Fambrough MD Managing Partner Oxford Bioscience Partners SESSION III Global and Emerging Investment Opportunities Overview and key players SPAC and Healthcare Global VCs and PEs Opening Statements by Michael Nowak PhD Yorkville Partners Alex Engels PhD VP BD Development Global Medication Delivery Baxter Camilla khevenhueller Borghese President of ibi Rome Italy Drs Shamsi and Parasanna Acunova Life Sciences Inc NETWORKING RECEPTION 5 00 6 00pm Invitees include CEOs CFOs COOs for a broad range of pharmaceutical diagnostic and platform technology companies a select number of US and International VCs and PEs along with key policy makers and federal science and regulatory agencies I look forward to seeing Scott Livingston Jonathan Mason Mostafa Analoui and the participants in NYC on Thursday September 24th 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

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  • Vincent Caprio's Blog Evolving Innovations
    ve established or acquired several business units that all now fall under our international umbrella organization Nano Risk Assessment International Ltd nRai which is incorporated in the UK We continue to provide nanosafety services to clients worldwide including Fortune 500 companies smaller to midscale companies and universities We have a division in Dublin Ireland nTI which is affiliated with the Center for BioNano Interactions at the University College Dublin nTI develops proprietary analytical procedures and kits for safety assessment of nanomaterials optimized according to the Corona Patent We also assist nanomaterials manufacturing companies to scale up their production capacities through Nano PM Inc In addition to these we have a few other business units in development which we hope to announce publicly in the near future NanoBCA You have been a pioneer in the area of nanotech safety what inspired you to go into this field Mr Bushong Early on as a businessman based in Houston I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to interact with world class nanotechnologists at Rice University These were very exciting and inspirational times led by the preeminent work of Nobel Laureate Dr Richard Smalley From this exposure we quickly realized that it was inevitable that nanosafety would become a cornerstone of the successful development of commercialization of nanotechnologies So we rolled up our sleeves and started to put together a team and a group of companies that could provide valuable counsel in this burgeoning sector NanoBCA You have built one the most impressive boards that I have seen in our nanotech community How did you attract such an esteemed group Mr Bushong Thank you for saying that and I agree We have been blessed to have some of the forefathers of nanotechnology and other very prominent and capable businessmen statesman and leaders join us For instance Dr Malcolm Gillis President Emeritus of Rice University who funded Dr Smalley s Noble Prize lab the Texas UK Collaborative with Lord Sainsbury and helped form the Nano Health Alliance former Governor of Virginia George Allen and our Chairman now retired Honorary Consul General Jan Dryselius are just a few of the elite caliber of leaders who have helped us develop this business When he was the U S Senator from Virginia Gov Allen as you very well know was the Lead Co Sponsor of the 21 st Century Nanotechnology Research Development Act which your organization the NanoBusiness Commercialization Association was instrumental in developing widespread support for through your advocacy I d also like to mention Allen Gelwick who is one of the thought leaders and visionaries in the insurance industry with regard to the importance of standards for potential insurance risk assessment and under writing pertaining to nanomaterial use NanoBCA Thank you Harry We at the NanoBCA have been in the trenches with you every step along the way In your opinion how have things changed regarding perception of safety issues from when you started this journey Mr Bushong That s a great question Things have changed so much from the early days Ten years ago as a society we were still very much in the research and development days of nanotechnology At that time safety beyond the lab space was not of major concern to most stakeholders for a variety of reasons We simply did not have the data or the standardization needed to establish significant regulatory oversight and frankly the very early days of commercialization were just beginning This makes me think of our good friend Dr Mihail Roco whom I was with just a month or so ago in London where we facilitated his presentation at the Royal Institution of Great Britain His predictions and well known chart regarding the timeline of nanotechnology development and commercialization as you also know highlights this year 2015 as the year that global market impact of nanotechnologies will reach 1 Trillion That represents a very slow but steady growth from 200 Million in 2000 So it took 15 years to grow from 200 Million to 1 Trillion What is most interesting to me is that Dr Roco predicts a jump from 1 Trillion to 3 Trillion in just five years time from 2015 to 2020 That s an exponential leap Dr Roco s predictions have been exceptionally accurate So it s fair to say that we are now truly in the midst of a rapid growth phase of nanotechnology commercialization And with that we see rapidly increasing interest in issues of nanosafety across the lifecycle of nanomaterials from research to development to commercialization and with regard to worker safety on the manufacturing floor to the consumer and right through to the environmental disposal of these materials NanoBCA You mentioned Dr Roco s presentation in London Can you tell us more about that Mr Bushong Last year we started a Leadership Series in London at the Royal Institution of Great Britain where we showcase nanotechnology leaders from across the world It s been very successful and continues to grow We wanted a nanotechnology event that engaged the business community and especially the insurance industry Without insurance there would be no nano enabled products We ve attempted to engage all insurers and reinsurers helping to educate the insurance and risk management community This included support for a not for profit organization known as the Nano Insurance Forum that was well received but a limited number of markets were willing to support with a preference to each company developing their own approach to address this emerging risk The number of insurance companies with underwriting questions or hazard classifications relating to engineered nanomaterials produced by insured or are part of the supply chain but not disclosed remains limited Our main benefactor for the Leadership Series is Lockton Companies and we also have a number of nano industry corporate leaders who support the events Our first event at The Royal Institution of Great Britain included presentations by both Dr Malcolm Gillis and Royal Commissioner Michael Depledge Our second event featured Dr Mihail Roco We are excited to announce that Dr Michael A Meador Director of the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office has agreed to be our next presenter in the series on Tuesday October 20 2015 in London The Royal Institution of Great Britain has been a perfect venue for the Leadership Series As you know it is also the home of the highly regarded Faraday Museum which focuses on the history of science I highly encourage everyone to join us for Dr Meador s presentation in October NanoBCA What are your impressions of the regulatory environment in the U S as compared to abroad Mr Bushong After a few years our company was quickly drawn to the European Union because the EU was a few years ahead of the U S with regard to formal oversight of nanosafety We encountered a great amount of interest and demand for our expertise in Europe And while we were not intentionally looking for business in Europe we were focused in the U S at the time it really turned out to be a godsend for us because it introduced us to so many important players and truly allowed us to globalize our team and our markets Now the U S regulatory environment is very rapidly catching up with the EU as you can see in the ramped up activities of the EPA and FDA over the past year or so NanoBCA How do you see the regulatory environment developing over the coming 5 years Mr Bushong Given the truth of Dr Roco s predictions which we can all see evolving before our eyes there is no doubt that the massive increase of nanomaterials in the marketplace will coincide with a similar increase in interest and oversight of their safety not only by regulators but by other interested parties The truth of the matter is that all Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies that manufacturer anything are utilizing nanomaterials either directly or through their supply chain Increased regulatory oversight is bound to occur The Japanese and Koreans are implementing rules as well The bottom line is that industry needs to be responsible and test the safety of their engineered nanoparticles before they scale up production and expose either their employees consumers or the environment to unknown risks Industry leaders that are proactive on Health and Safety will have a competitive advantage in the market place We are starting to see it now NanoBCA What other interested parties are you referring to Mr Bushong Well there have been some very significant developments in the last year or so outside the realm of just the regulatory agencies First the class action litigation against Johnson Johnson subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics which involved alleged damage done to patients related to a nanocoating on their hip implants has caused a significant increase in interest to better understand safety data of nanomaterials in products Johnson Johnson s settlements in that case are at around 3 Billion and still growing Secondly Dunkin Donuts as you know just acquiesced to pressure from an advocacy group to remove titanium dioxide nanoparticles from its powdered donuts This development just scratches the surface of nanomaterials that are currently in the marketplace in food food packaging and cosmetics not to mention many other products The visibility and broad media coverage of the Dunkin Donuts decision has put a spotlight on the issue of nanosafety and has greatly increased interest among a broad spectrum of stakeholders And finally in light of these developments the insurance sector has taken a much more focused approach to issues of nanosafety And so there are a lot of forces at work outside of the regulatory agencies that are driving serious interest in the services that we provide at Nano Risk Assessment International Ltd and our affiliated companies NanoBCA Harry can you provide us with a little more technical detail of why companies should engage with Nano Risk Assessment International Ltd Mr Bushong Great question Let me start with the basic summary and we can expand from there As we all know the physical and chemical properties of nanomaterials are particles known to be significantly unique from materials having larger crystallites but with the same chemical composition This allows for optimal business applications of these unique nanoparticle properties that companies engineer into their products which function better than the commonly used micro scaled materials of the 20 th Century Characterization of these nanomaterials is possible and highly recommended by us with analytical chemical methods in typical environments from a life cycle management perspective recognizing the cost of ownership perspective from cradle to grave This is very important for responsible advanced material development By responsible I mean that companies that engage in this effort will greatly reduce the risks that they potentially adverse action by regulatory agency action consumer legal action or that they fall short of requirements demanded by sought after investors or insurers In the long run adherence to these emerging national standards for safety also reduces regulatory burden and oversight thus creating a total cost of ownership savings not just a business cost At Nano Risk Assessment International Ltd we have the team and knowhow to assist and we are seeing that a growing number of companies are finding value in making strategic and smart decisions regarding their safety program NanoBCA Thank you for inviting the NanoBCA to serve on the judges panel for your NanoArt Contest It s a terrific program and an honor for us to be involved How did the NanoArt Contest get started Mr Bushong The contest has exceeded our expectations and continues to engage great young minds across the world The first year we focused on French PhD students in STEM education fields In Year 2 we expanded to include students across Europe This year we ve included U S PhD students You can learn more at www fondation nanosciences fr I encourage everyone to spread the word We have great prizes a monthly 200 winner and our top 3 annual prizes are 5 000 3 000 and 2 000 Our contest organizer is the Foundation Nanoscience based in Grenoble France NanoBCA Harry thank you for your time and thoughtful responses We wish you luck and look forward to seeing you and your team at the 2015 NanoBCA DC Roundtable May 19 20 th in Washington DC REGISTER TODAY 250 2015 NanoBCA DC Roundtable May 19 20 th Washington DC The NanoBusiness Commercialization Association NanoBCA would like to announce an AGENDA UPDATE for the 2015 DC Roundtable May 19 20th We will be returning to Washington DC for our 15th visit dating back to 2002 meeting with numerous government officials in regard to the National Nanotechnology Initiative NNI We will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from the Legislative Branch and from the Executive Branch We will be meeting with representatives from NNCO NSF DOD DOE NIH and other agencies participating in the funding of the NNI Join NanoBCA in Washington DC May 19 20th to learn about the issues at hand and to meet with and be heard by the key policy makers You will be able to meet Mr Harry C Bushong and his team at our 2015 NanoBCA DC Roundtable Looking forward to seeing you in Washington DC 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 www vincentcaprio org Agenda Update 2015 NanoBCA DC Roundtable May 19 20 Washington DC Posted on May 4th 2015 No Comments The NanoBusiness Commercialization Association NanoBCA would like to announce an AGENDA UPDATE for the 2015 DC Roundtable May 19 20th We will be returning to Washington DC for our 15th visit dating back to 2002 meeting with numerous government officials in regard to the National Nanotechnology Initiative NNI REGISTER TODAY 250 2015 NanoBCA DC Roundtable May 19 20 th Washington DC We will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from the Legislative Branch and the Executive Branch We will be meeting with representatives from NNCO NSF DOD DOE NIH and other agencies participating in the funding of the NNI 2014 NanoBCA DC Roundtable Participants Jim Phillips Gov George Allen Vincent Caprio Tof Carim and Tim Persons Join NanoBCA in Washington DC May 19 20th to learn about the issues at hand and to meet with and be heard by the key policy makers Tuesday May 19 th SPEAKERS include Steve Maebius IP Partner Nanotech Team Member Foley Lardner LLP Dr Ybet Villacorta Intellectual Property Department Chair Washington DC Office Foley Lardner LLP Doyle Edwards Director Government Programs Brewer Science Chuck Van Fleet President Swan Chemical Scott Rickert Chairman CEO PEN Inc PENC David Arthur CEO SouthWest NanoTechnologies Inc SWeNT Max Atanasov CEO OCSiAl LLC Scott Livingston Chairman CEO Livingston Securities LLC Dr Michael A Meador Director National Nanotechnology Coordination Office NNCO Anil R Diwan Ph D President Chairman NanoViricides Inc NNVC Jim Phillips Chairman CEO NanoMech John Bender Chief Operating Officer agencyIP Craig Bandes CEO Pixelligent Technologies LLC Carleton Hsia Ph D Chairman CEO NanoBlood LLC Mark Shaw CEO Ultratech Inc Ronald Durando Chariman President CEO mPhase Technologies Inc XDSL On the second day of our event Wednesday May 20 th we will be meeting with representatives from the White House Office of Science Technology Policy OSTP There will be a panel discussion hosted by Lloyd Whitman Assistant Director Nanotechnology Office of Science Technology Policy OSTP Executive Office of the President with members of our Nanotechnology Community and OSTP Prior to the OTSP meeting we will convene at the office of Bergeson Campbell PC for coffee and networking Bergeson Campbell PC 2200 Pennsylvania Ave NW Suite 100W Washington DC 20037 Wednesday May 20 th SPEAKERS include Lynn L Bergeson Managing Partner Bergeson Campbell PC Doug Jamison Chairman of the Board CEO Managing Director Harris Harris Group Inc TINY Matthew Putman Ph D CEO Nanotronics Imaging Jess Jankowski President CEO Nanophase Technologies Corp NANX Glenn Kerner Chair of the Nanotechnology Practice Goodwin Procter LLP Nilda Isidro Partner Food Beverage Products Liability Practices Goodwin Procter LLP Philip H Lippel Ph D Assistant Director MIT Washington Office Sam Brauer Ph D Principal Nanobiz LLC Jeffrey Morse Ph D Managing Director National Nanomanufacturing Network Manish Mehta Ph D Director Strategic Projects Sustainability National Center for Manufacturing Sciences NCMS HOTEL Fairfield Inn Suites Washington DC Downtown 500 H St NW Washington DC 20001 888 236 2427 299 per night When Congress is in session it is very expensive in Washington DC with limited hotel availability When making reservations please refer to the room block name Nano Conference CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP Please join our roster of Corporate Members For further information please contact Vincent Caprio vincent nanobca org or 203 402 7200 to discuss INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP We encourage individuals interested in continuing our efforts to provide information in regard to emerging technologies to become individual members of the NanoBCA Individual Membership includes participation on our monthly conference call Click here to become a NanoBCA Individual Member The annual Individual Membership fee is 100 Looking forward to seeing you on May 19 20 th in Washington DC 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 www vincentcaprio org Final Agenda Water 2 0 Conference 4 22 Washington DC Posted on May 4th 2015 No Comments The Water Innovations Alliance Foundation WIAF would like to announce our Final Agenda for the Water 2 0 Conference on Wednesday April 22 nd Earth Day in Washington DC WaterCitizen Com has partnered with WIAF to bring you REMOTE PARTICIPATION in the conference For the first time WIAF is proud to offer the opportunity to attend the conference as a remote participant Much more than just a webcast or webinar WaterCitizen Com s Remote Participation combines new communications technology with new facilitation techniques to enable online attendees to participate in the discussions and networking throughout

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