WOBURN, Mass., July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- CBI a privately held, world-class
conference company announces the addition of a two-day symposium on the
formation and formulation of nanoparticles for biotech and pharmaceutical
applications to NANO Week's lineup. "Nanoparticles: Synthesis,
Functionalization and Applications for Targeted Drug Delivery" will be held
Oct. 27-28 at the InterContinental Hotel and Conference Center on the campus
of The Cleveland Clinic.
"NANO Week is expected to bring hundreds of nanotechnology researchers,
clinicians and entrepreneurs to Northeast Ohio, and our nanoparticles
conference will benefit significantly from being part of it," said Katrina
Zorka, producer of the conference.
Jeff Schloss, Ph.D., program director of the National Human Genome
Research Institute, a branch of the NIH, will deliver the keynote address,
describing the Institute's Nanomedicine Roadmap Initiative to oversee the
creation of nanomedicine research centers across the United States beginning
The nanoparticles conference is the fourth event planned for NANO week
which will focus attention on both the expanding role of nanotechnology in
health care and the most attractive business ideas emerging from the world's
leading nanotechnology research laboratories.
The Nano-Network, a group of scientists, entrepreneurs and investors who
share the vision of expanding Northeast Ohio's nanotechnology research and
commercialization capabilities, is the driving force behind NANO Week.
For more information on this event or to register, contact CBI
Registration at 800-817-8601 Fax 781-939-2490 Email email@example.com. Please
visit our website at http://www.cbinet.com.
About NANO Week:
Cleveland welcomes a world-class line-up of educators, researchers and
medical practitioners Oct. 25-29 for the first NANO Week. The week will begin
with The Cleveland Clinic NanoMedicine Summit Oct. 25-26 at the
Intercontinental Hotel and Conference Center. The multidisciplinary
scientific meeting will feature experts from the fields of cardiology,
neurology, oncology and orthopedics. The National Cancer Institute's Nanotech
Symposium Series Oct. 27-28 will feature presentations by leading scientists
in nanotechnology and cancer research who share hopes of focusing on the
potential of nanotechnology to advance the diagnosis, treatment and prevention
of cancer. The International Nanotechnology Business Idea Competition at Case
Western Reserve University Oct. 28-29 will distribute more than $75,000 in
prize money to the business ideas that can best fill a real need and be
About the Nano-Network
The Nano-Network was formed by scientists, entrepreneurs and financiers to
improve and expand the nanotechnology research and commercialization
activities and capacities in Northeast Ohio and throughout the nation. More
information about the Nano-Network and NANO Week is available at
Katrina Zorka, Conference Producer
Phone: (781) 939-2417 Fax: (781) 939-2495
Chris Thompson, Vice President
Edward Howard & Co.
Phone: (216) 781-2400 Fax: (216) 781-8810