A look inside the pioneering world of nanotechnology, presented by the University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, a global education, research, development and technology deployment resource dedicated to preparing the next generation of scientists and researchers in nanotechnology.
Michael Splinter, president and CEO of Applied Materials (AMAT), speaks with NanoNow host Steve Janack.
"NanoNow" features interviews with leading elected officials and high-tech executives, segments that demonstrate the growing impact of nanotechnology on society and an inside look at cutting-edge science and research at CNSE.
"NanoNow" showcases Tech Valley as one of the world's rapidly expanding technology areas, led by CNSE's next-generation educational curriculum, and the cutting-edge research and development being conducted at CNSE's state-of-the-art Albany NanoTech complex.
The show features interviews with leading elected officials and high-tech executives, including many from the more than 250 global companies that have R&D partnerships with CNSE. In addition, segments that demonstrate the growing impact of nanotechnology on the lives of consumers and a host of industries are featured, as well as members of CNSE's world-class faculty offering an inside look at nanotechnology-related science and research.
"NanoNow" is produced and hosted by Steve Janack, CNSE Vice President for Marketing and Communications and Director of Communications Services, who previously spent 15 years in radio and television news as a reporter, anchor and news director and, most recently, hosted the television program "Tech Valley Report," in which he interviewed dozens of technology leaders.
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