Just a few weeks ago, the NISE Net hosted its Network-Wide Meeting in San Francisco (October 26 - 28, 2010). There were three keynote talks during the first morning of the meeting, and all three presenters have graciously agreed to share their presentations with the Network here.
The presentations are:
- "Smoke, mirrors and some really cool science: Current trends and issues in nanotechnology" by Andrew Maynard, Professor, Risk Science Center, University of Michigan School of Public Health
- "Engaging the public on nanotechnologies - so how are we doing?" by Kathy Sykes, Professor of Sciences and Society, Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Bristol
- "NISE Network in years 6-10" by Larry Bell, Senior Vice President - Strategic Initiatives, Museum of Science and PI of the NISE Network.
All photos by Emily Maletz Graphic Design.
|Bell keynote 10-26-10||14.86 MB|
|Sykes keynote 10-26-10||3.55 MB|
|Maynard keynote 10-26-10||17.45 MB|