Posted: September 25, 2007

Industry Leaders and Innovators Gather at MIT for EmTech07, Technology Review's Emerging Technologies Conference

(Nanowerk News) Technology Review, Inc., the authority on the future of technology, is hosting its seventh annual Emerging Technologies Conference, EmTech07, September 25-27th at MIT in Cambridge, Mass. EmTech07 is the premier event for exploring next-generation technologies and their impact on business and society.
The EmTech07 agenda was carefully crafted by the team at Technology Review and includes a broad range of topics from information technology to biotechnology, alternative energy and nanotechnology. Keynote presenters include Robert J. Birgeneau, Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley; Sky Dayton, CEO of Helio; Gilberto Gil Moreira, Minister of Culture in Brazil; Charles Simonyi, cofounder of Intentional Software; and Sophie V. Vandebroek, CTO of Xerox and President of the Xerox Innovation Group.
“EmTech07 promises thoughtful, insightful discussions on transformative technologies and their potential impact on our lives,” said Jason Pontin, editor in chief and publisher of Technology Review.
Sponsors of Technology Review’s EmTech07 include the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, ICEX –Trade Commission of Spain, IDA Ireland, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, nTAG Interactive, PlanetTran, and Veodia. For additional information about EmTech07 please visit
About Technology Review, Inc.
Technology Review, Inc., an independent media company owned by MIT is the authority on the future of technology, identifying emerging technologies and analyzing their impact for leaders. Technology Review's media properties include Technology Review magazine, the oldest technology magazine in the world (founded in 1899); the daily news website; and events such as the annual EmTech conference at MIT.
Source: Technology Review, Inc.
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