CNT materials are the focus of invited talks at Nanomanufacturing Summit and Strategic Materials Conference

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Brewer Science is pleased to share their carbon nanotube materials technology expertise at the Strategic Materials Conference (SMC) and at the Nanomanufacturing Summit 2013 & 12th Annual NanoBusiness Conference this week.

The Nanomanufacturing Summit, October 15-17, is co-organized by the National Nanomanufacturing Network (NNN), the NanoBusiness Commercialization Association (NanoBCA), Ben Franklin Technology Partners, and The Nanotechnology Institute and will be held at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The conference will highlight regional and state initiatives fostering the commercialization of nanotechnology research.

Ram Trichur, Carbon Electronics Business Development Manager at Brewer Science, is an invited keynote speaker at the Nanomanufacturing Summit on Wednesday, October 16. The topic of his keynote address is:

"Carbon Nanotube Materials: Empowering Innovation in Non-volatile Memory and Printed Electronics Applications"

SMC is organized by the Chemical and Gas Manufacturers Group (CGMG), a SEMI Special Interest Group comprised of leading manufacturers, producers, packagers, and distributors of chemicals and gases used in the microelectronics industry. This conference is dedicated to exploring the application trends, market dynamics, and business opportunities in advanced electronic materials. The conference is October 16-17, 2013.

James Lamb, Director of the Carbon Electronics Center at Brewer Science, is an invited speaker at the SMC Flexible and Printed Electronics session Thursday, October 17. The topic of his presentation is:

"Recent Advancements in Carbon-Based Nanomaterial Inks and Solutions for Electronic Applications"

Email info@brewerscience.com for more information.
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