nanoTX'07 Reports Brisk Early Registration to Business Hall Exhibits in Nanotechnology

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The April early-bird registration specials have been cited as one compelling reason, after which the cost of the passes increase to $40.

Business, academic and government people with nanotech interests from North America, Europe, Asia -- and indeed around the world -- are registering in record numbers to converge on Dallas during International Nanotechnology Week at nanoTX'07.

A major conference and trade expo presented by the Texas Nanotechnology Initiative, NanoTX'07, is being held at the Dallas Convention Center October 2-4, 2007. The conference provides a unique perspective on the current state of both the markets and technologies associated with nanotechnology, with particular emphasis on those areas where clear trends and business opportunities are emerging.

This international event is widely known by its theme: "The Promise of Tomorrow -- The Global Business of Nanotechnology."

In response to this strong, early-participant interest, nanoTX'07 organizers are rewarding those who make their plans and commitments well in advance by providing complimentary Business Hall passes to each registrant during April. After May 1, passes will be $40, and cost $50 at the door during the event.

"We are delighted to see the enthusiastic reception to nanoTX'07 in the domestic U.S. and global communities from a broad cross section of leaders in academic, business and government sectors," says Ashley Cockerill, VP and Event Coordinator at nanoTX'07. "With our early numbers running well ahead of last year, we are happy to respond with added benefits for our registrants during April."

Those wishing to register early can do so at http://www.nanotx.biz.

Participants at nanoTX'07 will learn:
· What NASA's plans are for a permanent lunar base in the coming decade and the role nanotechnology will play in its realization

· What the key emerging nanotechnology trends are in energy, electronics, robotics, life sciences, homeland security, materials, manufacturing, toxicology, sensors, quantum computing, bionano, etc.

· Separating the hype from reality -- what's real? What's not?

· What the most-recent developments are in the U.S., Europe, Asia and other countries around the world

· How every business will be impacted by the emerging nanotechnology revolution

Contact: Kelly Kordzik, President, Texas Nanotechnology Initiative, (512)226-8148; Arthur Carstairs, Deputy Press Officer, 214-513-9567

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