From solar panels to electric circuitry, the next big thing may be really tiny. Global leaders in nanotechnology — the science of the very, very small — spent two days at the University of Denver June 22–23 at the second annual Nano Renewable Energy Summit. The event drew scientists, government officials and entrepreneurs from four continents.
"We're focusing here on the intersection of nanotechnology and renewable energy," said Griff Kundahl, executive chairman of the Colorado Nanotechnology Alliance and director of development for global programs at DU's School of Engineering and Computer Science. "This is an exciting time and an exciting place to be. Renewable energy in Colorado is a natural topic."
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