Frontiers in Quantum Nanoscience Queensland/PiTP "Within a few years the lives of most people will be touched by the quantum revolution – a change as profound as cars, flight, antibiotics or the Internet. Most people have heard of nanotechnology as the building of new materials at the molecular or atomic scale. That's the stone-axe age compared to what's coming." Nanoscience and nanotechnology receive much attention in the media today. However almost all current work concentrates on very small scale classical devices. This conference looks ahead to the far more revolutionary developments expected once nanoscience 'goes quantum', and begins to use the full potential of quantum mechanical superposition, phase coherence, and entanglement. Conference resources include public surveys on classical and quantum nanoscience.