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12/14/05
The Honorable M. Michael Rounds,
Governor of South Dakota
Dr. Kevin Lesko—Lawrence Berkeley
National Laboratory, and
Deep Underground Science and
Engineering Laboratory (Lead, SD)
Dave Snyder—South Dakota Science and
Technology Authority

Ned Curic—Microsoft Corporation

12/7/05
Roy H. Williams—Greater Oklahoma City
Chamber
Dr. Rodger P. McEver—Oklahoma Medical
Research Foundation
Dr. Richard D. Cummings—University of
Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Dr. Craig Shimasaki—InterGenetics
Incorporated

11/30/05
Dr. Jan Tornell—AstraZeneca
Dr. Jorge Rodriguez—Purdue University
Dr. Michael Liebman—Windber Research
Institute

11/16/05
Dr. Roberto Solari—Medical Council
Research Technology
Dr. George Bekey—USC
Marianne Guffanti—U.S. Geological Survey

11/9/05
Dr. Allen Soltow—The University of Tulsa
Dr. Carlo Montemagno—UCLA
Dr. Kathleen Dunn—University of Albany–
SUNY

11/2/05
Dr. Norman Zabusky—Rutgers University
Dr. Alan Zelicoff—MICROBE: Are We Ready
for the Next Plague?
Dr. Albert Deisseroth—Sidney Kimmel
Cancer Center

10/26/05
Dr. Gerald Stokes—Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory
Dr. Kathleen Matthews—Rice University
Dr. Nancy Love—Virginia Tech

10/19/05
Christine Peterson—Foresight Nanotech
Institute
Dr. John B. Charles—NASA Johnson Space
Center
Dr. Edward Lu—NASA Astronaut

10/12/05
Dr. Ryne Raffaelle—Rochester Institute of
Technology
Dr. Charles Reinholtz and Dr. Al Wicks—
Virginia Tech
Dr. Khalid Lafdi —University of Dayton
Research Institute

10/5/05
Dr. Geraldine Richmond—
University of Oregon
Dr. Jared Rutter—University of Utah
Dr. Michael B. Eisen—Lawrence Berkeley
National Laboratory and University of
California at Berkeley

9/21/05
Dr. Leslie Jarmon and Gary Chapman—
STS Civic Forum
Dr. Dan Rockmore—Dartmouth College
Professor Yaneer Bar-Yam—New England
Complex Systems Institute

9/14/05
Dr. Karen Duff—Nathan Kline Institute and
NYU School of Medicine
Dr. Sylvester James Gates, Jr.—
University of Maryland
Dr. Jay Johnson—University of Dayton
Research Institute

9/7/05
Dr. James L. Dye—Michigan State
University and SiGNa Chemistry
Patrick J. Carr—ITT Industries, Systems
Division
Dr. Christoph Borchers—University of North
Carolina School of Medicine

8/31/05
Dr. Ryne Raffaelle—NanoPower Research
Laboratories, Rochester Institute of
Technology
Dr. Douglas Arnold—Institute for
Mathematics and its Applications,
University of Minnesota
Brian Rice—University of Dayton Research
Institute

8/24/05
Dr. Abdulqader Al Khayat—Dubai
Biotechnology and Research Park
Dr. Billy J. Stanbery—Heliovolt Corporation
Professor Haym Benaroya—Center for
Structures in Extreme Environments,
Rutgers University

8/17/05
Dr. Leon N Cooper—Institute for Brain and
Neural Systems, Brown University
Dr. John D. Hazle—The University of Texas
M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
Howard Asher—LSIT Global Institute

8/10/05
Dr. Gary Fedder—Carnegie Mellon
University
Dr. Pradeep Haldar—Albany NanoTech
Dr. Norman Zabusky—Rutgers University

8/3/05
Dr. Enrique Barrera—Rice University
Dr. David Tyler—University of Oregon
Dr. David Applegate—U.S. Geological
Survey

7/27/05
Neil Gordon—Canadian NanoBusiness
Alliance
Dr. Peter M. Will—USC Information Sciences Institute
Professor John C. Zarnecki—Principal
Investigator, Huygens Surface Science Package

7/20/05
Dr. Julie Haack—University of Oregon
LiftPort Inc.
Dr. Richard O. Claus—Virginia Tech

7/13/05
Prof. Robert Geer—College of Nanoscale
Science and Engineering, University of
Albany–SUNY/Albany NanoTech
Dr. Randall Peterson—Massachusetts
General Hospital and Harvard Medical
School
Dr. Graham Allaway—Vitex


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Email — lemberg at cox dot net

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605-717-6100
Email — sam2sam at aol dot com


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  • Foresight Nanotech Institute Blog
  • Ethics of Nanotechnology: University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics
  • Southern California University of Health Sciences Continuing Education
  • Center for Sustainable Engineering White Paper [PDF]
  • Orange County Register Sciencedude
  • World Science
  • Nanotechnology Now
  • NANO TSUNAMI
  • HealthNewsDigest
  • Brain Waves: neurons, bits & genes
  • National Nanotechnology Initiative
  • California NanoSystems Institute
  • Hotmath.com—For students needing help in math
  • Business Coaching – Quantum Growth Coaching
  • The Fire Lab
  • The Sánchez Laboratory
  • The Mattick Group
  • SCT Group
  • Excerpt from Nanotechnology and Homeland Security: New Weapons for New Wars, by Daniel Ratner and Mark Ratner
  • Nanowerk—Nanomaterials Database
  • Empires Fall

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