Foresight is happy to announce that we are re-engaging local Bay Area community events; our series kicks off with a talk by a new addition to our team, Dr. Robert Meagley.
Topic: Engineering Biomolecules with Nanotechnology
Date/Time: Thursday April 21st 2011, 7pm
Location: Don Giovanni's - 235 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA, 94041
Cost: $30 for dinner
To attend, please RSVP by Paypaling $30 to firstname.lastname@example.org with your entree choice (salmon, chicken, or vegetarian penne) in the notes by Monday April 18th.
About the speaker:
Rob is CEO, CTO and resident "Mad Scientist" at ONE Nano, a company founded to invent, develop and market photonic nanodevices and device arrays for biomarker characterization and related technology.
Following post-doctoral research at UC-Berkeley and Cornell, Rob served 6 years in the Intel FMO Lithography Group; he was a founding member of the Ronler Acres Chemical Support Group and Nanotechnology Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Working Group member. In August of 2004 he was named Intel's Researcher-in-Residence at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory as the Molecules for Advanced Patterning Program Manager.
Rob holds 41 patents, numerous awards, has mentored several research programs, and has lectured extensively on materials science chemistry and nanotechnology. His research specialities include: nanostructured material design and fabrication, pre-organization and self-assembly phenomena and bio-nanotechnology, chemical systems architecture, research management, program management, environmental health and safety, photonic materials, and pharmaceutical synthesis.