Nanotech conference coming to Winston-Salem
The conference, which is in its fifth year, is aimed at spurring more research and business collaboration. It will be held April 9-10 at Wake Forest BioTech Place.
It is expected to attract more than 250 attendees and more than 50 speakers, of which there will be a significant Triad representation.
Nanobiotechnology is the science of developing materials at the atomic and molecular level and then using them to develop products and devices.
Hosting the conference “gives us the opportunity to again spotlight the opportunities in advanced manufacturing, coupled with advanced materials development that our community offers,” said David Carroll, director of the Center for Nanotechnology Molecular Materials at the university. Read more.