NANOvember 2015

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It will be November soon, and that means the return of Nanovember. (It's not a month -- it's a temporal innovation ecosystem.)

SUNY Poly will be hosting a series of events at the Albany NanoTech campus during November. The schedule starts off with Community Day on November 7. Blurbage:

SUNY Poly will give people of all ages the chance to receive an up-close look at the exciting world of nanotechnology. Guests will experience hands-on activities, engaging demonstrations, and guided tours. Attendees will see how SUNY Poly and New York State have emerged as the epicenter for the nanotechnology-driven society of the 21st century!
Adults and children will have the opportunity to interact with SUNY Poly students, faculty and staff, and to participate in a variety of activities that promote a greater understanding of nanotechnology.

It's Saturday, November 7 from 11 am-3 pm. It's free -- here's how to pre-register.

Among the other events on the schedule:
+ CNSE CMOST Family Day on November 14 at the museum in the Rensselaer Technology Park.
+ "An Evening of Q & A With Dr. Alain Kaloyeros" on November 16: "Community members will have the opportunity to ask Dr. Alain Kaloyeros, Founding President and Chief Executive Officer of SUNY Polytechnic Institute, about the growth of the nanotechnology industry across New York State, its impact on the Capital Region, pertinent educational and economic opportunities, as well as any other topics of relevance."

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