Northwestern NanoAlliance continues to generate interest in nanotech among students

Last week, we spoke at an event hosted by the Northwestern NanoAlliance along with Nik Rokop of nLake Technology Partners and Don Bartell, Senior Director of Business Development for Motorola’s Early-Stage Accelerator (ESA) program. The event was an interdisciplinary affair, drawing students from ch...

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