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Nanotechnologies: How the very small is making a very large impact ... and why you should care

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Friday, January 26, 2018

Nanotechnologies aim to modify macroscopic properties through observation, control, and manipulation of individual atoms and molecules. It has begun to have profound implications for science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, computing and engineering. Santa Barbara is a hub for research and development of nanoscience including quantum computing.

This program showcases companies that are already leveraging nanotechnology in their product, as well as those companies looking to new applications and new research in the field. Companies that are represented on the panel are from start-up, to mid-stage, to Google!

PANELISTS

Luke Theogarajan, CTO and co-founder, Laxmi Therapeutic Devices.

Craig Prater, CTO, Anasys Instruments

Evan Strenk, CEO Milo Sensors, Inc.

John Martinis, UCSB

Moderator: Tal Margalith, Executive Director of Technology

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