The MITÃ‚Â·StanfordÃ‚Â·UC Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum is the largest nanotechnology focused organization of its kind in California. It is dedicated to promoting the burgeoning field of nanotechnology by connecting ideas, technology, and people. The organization is run entirely by unpaid volunteers under the umbrella of the alumni associations of the three universities. As a legal entity, the forum is organized under the MIT Club of Northern California. The Forum was initially formed to serve the alumni communities of MIT, Stanford, and the University of California, Berkeley, but has expended to serve all who are interested in the field of nanotechnology.
The MITÃ‚Â·StanfordÃ‚Â·UC Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum provides opportunities for industry experts, researchers, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, private investors, technologists and the interested public to discuss, understand and evaluate the state-of-the art in nanotechnology. The events of the Forum feature leading researchers, business leaders, investors, policy makers, and entrepreneurs active or interested in the field of nanotechnology.