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The panel meeting will be co-located with the NanoBusiness Alliance Conference at the McCormick Place in Chicago.
(14) Online: Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance <www.nanobusiness.ca>.
(15) Online: Israeli NanoBusiness Alliance <www.nanobusiness.org.il>.
Nanobusiness alliances have sprouted up to speed the technology's business, starting with a U.S.-based alliance (12) followed by similar groups in Europe (13), Canada (14), Israel (15) and Asia.
The NanoBusiness Alliance's Modzelewski estimates there are already 1200 nanotechnology startups in the United States alone, and he predicts that number will double in the next 18 months.
Perhaps most importantly, there is a need to rapidly usher these developments out of the lab and into the global marketplace to save lives, ease tensions, and improve economies." F Mark Modzelewski, a technology entrepreneur and co-founder of the Water Innovations Alliance and the NanoBusiness Alliance, warned that the world's fresh water supplies were under incredible stress from misuse, global warming, pollution, industrialisation, population expansion, and agriculture uses.
"There are things that happen with this size that are pretty remarkable," says Mark Modzelewski, executive director of NanoBusiness Alliance, a New York-based industry association.
Overall, Modzelewski of NanoBusiness Alliance believes that in the future nanocoatings will be the norm: "It's like how electricity was exciting when it came onto the scene, you no longer had to have things powered by mills and oxen walking around in a circle," he says.
Penton Media (Cleveland, OH) has entered into a strategic partnership with the NanoBusiness Alliance (New York; nanobusiness.org), a nanotechnology industry association, to produce a series of trade shows, conferences and venture capital events focused on the nanotechnology industry and other, related emerging "small" technologies.