The Technology Council of the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce has announced 10 presenters for the 11th annual Technology Briefing, including four with Wake Forest associations. They include:
- Daniel Kim-Shapiro, professor of physics;
- Bob Summers, chief executive officer of Camel City Solar in Winston-Salem, which is spin-off of the Wake Forest Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials;
- A representative of Orthovative Technologies in Winston-Salem, which won the 13th annual Elevator Competition hosted by Wake Forest Schools of Business earlier this year and was founded by a Wake Forest MBA student and a member of the faculty at Wake Forest School of Medicine;
- Paul Laurienti, director of the Laboratory for Complex Brain Works at Wake Forest School of Medicine.
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