Nanotechnology has been heralded as having the potential to lead to the next industrial revolution. But, what is nanotechnology? What are the possible applications, and how might it impact our world? Learn more about this exciting new arena from some of the leaders in the field at the public World Wide Nanotechnology Town Hall (WWTH) Meetings.
The goal of the WWTHs is to provide an opportunity for the general public to learn the fundamentals about nanotechnology and to explore the larger questions about the smallest technology. Each WWTH features a lay-person friendly talk by one of the IIN world-renowned scientists and/or engineers followed by an open forum with questions from the audience.
Held at the Northwestern University Evanston Campus, WWTHs are also provided in a massive open access format via the web.
We invite you to join us! There is no charge, but advance registration is required. Click here to add your contact information to the WWTH listserv and receive advance notice of the next event.
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