Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Xerox and partners invest millions in Alberta R&D

Xerox and partners invest millions in Alberta R&D

EDMONTON, Feb. 12 /CNW/ - Xerox Corporation, the Government of Alberta and the NRC National Institute for Nanotechnology (NINT) will announce a multi-million dollar investment in Alberta's research and development capacity at a news conference at the University of Alberta in Edmonton on Feb. 15, 2007.

Speakers will include:

-Hadi Mahabadi, vice president and director, Xerox Research Centre of Canada
-Doug Horner, minister for Advanced Education and Technology, Government of Alberta
-Richard Normandin, vice president, National Research Council of Canada
-Nils Petersen, director general, NRC National Institute for Nanotechnology

What: Multi-million dollar R&D investment by Xerox and Alberta partners

When: Thursday, Feb. 15, 2007, 3 p.m.

Where: National Institute for Nanotechnology
11421 Saskatchewan Drive, University of Alberta campus
Edmonton, Alberta

To view a map to the event site, please see:

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For further information: Media Contacts: Lawrence Cummer, Environics
Communications for Xerox, (416) 969-2747, lcummer@environicspr.com; Shannon Jones, NRC National Institute for Nanotechnology, (780) 641-1626; Suzana Krpan, Alberta Advanced Education and Technology, (780) 427-2237

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