Foresight @ Google: 25th Anniversary & Reunion Weekend

Interested in emerging technologies?
Fascinated by the potential in transformative nanotech?
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FORESIGHT@GOOGLE
25th Anniversary Conference Celebration and Reunion Weekend
Google HQ in Mountain View, CA
June 25-26 2011

A rockstar lineup includes keynotes:

• JIM VON EHR – Founder/President of Zyvex,
the world’s first successful molecular nanotech company
• BARNEY PELL, PhD – Cofounder/CTO of Moon Express, competing for Google’s Lunar X PRIZE

With speakers and panelists including:
• WILLIAM ANDREGG – Founder/CEO of Halcyon Molecular
• MIKE GARNER, PhD – Chair of ITRS Emerging Research Materials
• MIKE NELSON – CTO of NanoInk
• LUKE NOSEK – CoFounder of Paypal, Founders Fund Partner
• PAUL SAFFO, PhD – Wired, NYT-published strategist & forecaster
• SIR FRASER STODDART, PhD – Knighted for creation of molecular “switches” and a new field of nanochemistry
• THOMAS THEIS, PhD – IBM’s Director of Physical Sciences

For the full speaker roster, as well as information on our exclusive 25th Anniversary Banquet, see our conference website:

http://www.foresight.org/reunion

Space is limited!

For $50 off, register now with the special discount code just for AF readers: ACCELERATING

I hope to see you all there!

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