Nanotechnology is a key enabling technology and a driver of Ontario's priority economic sectors. The 3rd annual nano ontario Conference builds on the successful 2010 and 2011 events and brings together an outstanding group of keynote speakers all leaders in their fields and participants coming from the academic, industry and government research, development and innovation communities to discuss advances, successes and challenges in nanotechnology.
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The Office of Research is hosting a TUITA Asscessory sale on Friday. Their will be several accessories on desplay for purchase, with a portion of the total sales going to the United Way.
Catch Pebble Founder Eric Migicovsky during his Tech Talk at The University of Waterloo, co-hosted by Waterloo Co-Operative Education.
Hear how this Waterloo alum's Velocity project became a $10 million startup and Kickstarter's most funded venture of all time. We're looking for talented engineers and developers during this event. If you know folks who are in Waterloo this Friday, pass it along!
Speaker: Gary Klassen
Engineering, problem solving and product development is often more creative than engineering organizations like to admit and the great ideas that lead to key innovations often don't look so great at first. I'd like to share some of my experiences with what it takes to move ideas from concept to product within existing organizations and the ways the organizations can build environments where ideas thrive.
Lecture featuring Joshua Knobe, Yale University Title of Talk: "Person as Scientist, Person as Moralist"
Event Co-hosted by: 2012 Gudrun & Hari Sharma Lecture