10.5.2006 Nanotechnology: Thinking Big and Building Small

                            Thursday, October 5, 2006       5:30 – 7:30 PM

  Harold Washington College
   Lake Street Presentation Room
    30 East Lake Street, Chicago
      Free.     Open to the public.      Reservations required.

The consumer market has come to love the miniaturization process. A Palm Pilot purchased today has more computing power than personal computers had 20-25 years ago. This innovation boom has come out of nanotechnology, a realm of science that deals with objects that are smaller than 100 nanometers in their largest dimension.

Scientists at the forefront of nano-related research will discuss the fundamentals of this small but important size regime, including its impacts on emerging technologies, and its future application in all aspects of our lives. Speakers:

  • Dr. Mark Hersam, Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University

  • Dr. Teri Odom, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University

This program is presented in partnership with Harold Washington College and the Mayor’s Office of Special Events.

Make reservations on-line, by phone 312.422.5580, or via email .

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the names of all your guests,  and how you first learned of this event.

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