Posted: August 7, 2008

Octillion Sponsors 2008 Nanoscale Science and Engineering Conference

(Nanowerk News) Octillion Corp. (OTCBB:OCTL), a next-generation alternative and renewable energy technology incubator, today announced its sponsorship of the 2008 Nanoscale Science and Engineering Conference at Oakland University (
The conference, scheduled for August 18th on the Rochester, Michigan campus of Oakland University, establishes a platform for multidisciplinary collaboration between researchers, institutions, and entrepreneurs in the fields of nanoscale science and engineering. Participants will be identifying collaborators and sharing knowledge of the latest research and development in areas ranging from nanomanufacturing and nanodevices to nanomedicine and ethics.
“Octillion is proud to support Oakland University in its significant efforts to catalyze interdisciplinary and nanoscale research and development in the Midwest,” stated Mr. Nicholas Cucinelli, President and CEO of Octillion Corp. “Oakland University and the surrounding region host a great number of top-notch scientists and engineers, and we look forward to this opportunity to share our expertise and seek collaborators for our NanoPower Window project.”
Oakland University is one of the 82 U.S. “Doctoral/Research Universities” rated by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Created in 1957, Oakland University leverages its location in the heart of Michigan’s “Automation Alley” ( to support hundreds of partnerships with hospitals, Fortune 500 companies, cities, government agencies, and educational institutions.
About Octillion Corp.
Octillion Corp., together with its wholly owned subsidiaries, is a next generation technology incubator focused on the identification, acquisition, development, and commercialization of alternative and renewable energy technologies.
Source: Octillion
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