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Posted: November 18, 2008

4th Annual Axiom Capital Management 'Livingston Nanotechnology Conference'

(Nanowerk News) Axiom Capital Management, Inc. and Scott Livingston today announced that America's investment and corporate leaders will gather to discuss nanotechnology over the next year and beyond at the fourth annual Axiom Capital Management "Livingston Nanotechnology Conference," being held on December 8 and 9 at the Marriott Financial Center in downtown New York City.
This year's conference theme will be "Now What?" - Leaders in corporate America, top startups, active investors and government leaders will convene to explore strategies and priorities in a world which is much different since we last convened.
The "Now What?" topics for the roundtable will include:
  • Oil prices have taken a full trip from about $60 to around $140 and back - now what?
  • There will be a new administration in Washington - now what?
  • The stock market has plummeted and investors are more risk averse than ever - now what?
  • Major investment banks, hedge funds and private equity firms have disappeared or are going through major changes - now what?
  • Advances in nanotechnology have driven performance in cleantech, green business, life science, electronics and more - now what?
  • Monday December 8 will be focused on panels and roundtables, and Tuesday, December 9 will include more content and also will feature a group traveling to the Brookhaven Labs on Long Island to tour their Center. The tour will include a review of Functional Nanomaterials and the Realistic Heavy Ion Collider.
    For complete event and registration information, please visit or email
    Source: Axiom Capital Management Inc. (press release)
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