NanoBioEconomy Conference - 30 Sep: Invitation and Description

September 16, 2003

Brussels, 15 Sep 2003

Below is information on and an invitation to a conference on "Buying and Celling? The Coming NanoBioEconomy and Its Implications for Transatlantic Relations," organized in Brussels, Belgium on September 30, 2003, by the Center for Transatlantic Relations:

The Center for Transatlantic Relations Paul H. Nitze School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Johns Hopkins University

Invites you to a Conference

Buying and Celling?

The Coming NanoBioEconomy and Its Implications for Transatlantic Relations

Brussels - September 30, 2003

Renaissance Brussels Hotel Rue du Parnasse 19 Brussels

RSVP: Jeanette Murphy at the Center for Transatlantic Relations by telephone at 202-663-5730, by fax at 202-663-5879 or by email at

If you email please put RSVP NanoBio Conference in the subject line.

Please RSVP by September 25.

Agenda and outline below.

Below is the agenda of the conference:

September 30, 2003

Renaissance Brussels Hotel

19 Rue du Parnasse, Brussels

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