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Nanotechnology in Water Filtration and Remediation to be Presented by NanoDynamics at 2008 NanoBusiness Alliance Conference

Published on May 6, 2008 at 11:19 AM

NanoDynamics, Inc. has announced it will present on the application of nanotechnology in water purification at the 2008 NanoBusiness Alliance conference, May 4-6 at the Marriott Marquis Time Square in New York City.  Gary Krall, NanoDynamics V.P. and general manager, will address the conference audience Tues., May 6 on the advanced capabilities of nanomaterials in ensuring a reliable source of water for the future.  He will additionally discuss near-term opportunities for nano-enabled commercial products and technologies that directly and indirectly affect the availability of water for potable, agricultural and industrial use.

“Water, like energy, is in sharply escalating demand as the world continues to develop and advancement brings a greater need for it across a widening scope of applications,” said Keith Blakely, NanoDynamics CEO.  “As the timeframe is truncated for us as a global community to find long-term, viable solutions for the impending water shortage, we must look toward the advanced solutions offered by nanotechnology in addressing this issue today.”

The 2008 NanoBusiness Alliance conference will speak to nanotechnology’s key role in several high-growth areas, including clean energy and water filtration, advanced materials, next-generation electronics, medical diagnostics and pharmaceuticals. It will feature presentations by executives from businesses in each of these areas and explore a broad range of issues related to nanotechnology and investing, commercialization, economic development, environmental, health and safety, and global opportunities.

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