The MIT·Stanford·UC Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum Presents

The $3.7 Billion Nano Bill
Learn From Congressman Mike Honda How the New Law He Co-Authored Will Impact You and Your Business

The 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act authorizes $3.7 billion for research and development of nanotechnology over a period of four years. The bill has been passed by the Senate by unanimous consent and was signed into law by the President yesterday.

Our next event will consist of a short address by Congressman Mike Honda, co-author of the bill, followed by Q&A and networking session with him. Come with your ideas and questions to meet the Congressman.

Due to the networking nature of this event, attendance will be limited. Please RSVP at your earliest convenience.

Time and Location:
Wednesday, December 17th, 2003
Deserts and networking at 7:30, the Congressman speaks at 8:00 PM
Stanford University, Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center.

Registration:
For event registration, more details, and directions, please go to www.mitstanfordberkeleynano.org.
Due to great interest in the event, we suggest you to register online at your earliest convenience.


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