The NanoBusiness Alliance - the premier industry association supporting the emerging nanotechnology field - today announced the appointment of several new Advisory Board members to guide the development of what has been called the Industrial Revolution for the 21st Century. The Alliance also announced several new services designed to propel growth within the nanotechnology sector.
The new board accurately reflects the confluence of critical sectors - business, finance, government, science and academia - that are working together to speed the development of the business of small technology. New Advisory Board members include:
Corporate and Business Leadership Advisors:
- Chris Anzalone, The Benet Group
- Sean Murdock, AtomWorks
- Larry Seitzman, Caterpillar
- Dr. Ruediger Iden, BASF
- Tom Thomas, Pillsbury Winthrop
- Joe Piche, Eikos
- Vahe Sarkissian, FEI Company
- Donn Tice, Nano-Tex
- Greg Schmergel, Nantero
- Bruce Mehlman, Computer Systems Policy Project/Former Ast. Commerce Secretary
- Ray McLaughlin, Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc.
They join Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Steve Jurvetson of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Herb Goronkin of Motorola (ret.), Mihail Roco and Jim Murday of the National Nanotechnology Initiative, Daniel Ritter of Preston Gates & Ellis, Hon. Rodney Slater of Patton Boggs, Hon. Bob Walker of WexlerWalker, Roberta Achtenberg of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, Josh Wolfe of Lux Capital, Don Kania of Veeco, Ed Moran of Deloitte & Touche, Stephen Maebius of Foley & Lardner, Jim Von Ehr of Zyvex, Rick Snyder of Ardesta, Alex Wong of Apax Partners, Larry Bock of NanoSys, Randy Levine of Zettacore, Scott Donnelly of General Electric, Sharon Smith of Lockheed Martin, Daniel Leff of Harris & Harris, and Alan Marty of JP Morgan Partners.