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Posted: August 7, 2009
Registration for 2009 UK NanoForum now open
(Nanowerk News) In its fourth year running, this year’s annual UK NanoForum & Emerging Technologies 2009 on November 3-4, 2009 in London, comprises a two-day conference and exhibition bringing over 100 senior international delegates and 350 UK delegates together to network and identify potential business and collaboration opportunities.
The event includes breakout sessions covering Life Sciences & Healthcare; Energy & Environment; and Materials & Devices, to provide a platform for discussion on how nanotechnology can meet global and societal challenges. The exhibition will showcase the very best of UK nanotechnology, and a session of technology 'elevator' pitches will provide the perfect environment for new partnerships and business opportunities.
Exhibition - Showcase your products & processes to senior decision makers from UK and overseas
Parallel Sessions - Attend workshops on key global nanotechnology issues
Technology Elevator Pitches - Promote your business
Business Innovation Award 2009 – raise your profile and be the next ‘UK’s Best Nanotechnology Company’
University Poster Presentations - See the latest cutting edge ideas from Universities, with awards for research excellence
Global Business Opportunities – leading companies from 21 countries were represented at UK NanoForum 08, including Hyundai Motor, Shell Global Solutions International, Kings College London, and Nokia Research Centre and more.
The UK NanoForum & Emerging Technologies 2009 will address technology commercialisation in the following areas:
Life Sciences & Healthcare
Energy & Environment
Materials & Devices
In addition, we will showcase two further emerging technologies:
Photonics, electronics and plastic electronics
Precision surfaces and complex structures
With a focus on trade, investment and collaborations, UK NanoForum and Emerging Technologies 2009 will provide a networking forum for industry, academia, investors, technology purchasers and those seeking R&D joint ventures.
In addition, for each theme an award will be given to the participating organisation that, in the opinion of the judges, has shown originality and enterprise in their business.
UK Delegate Pass: only £75 + Vat
Early-bird Offer: only £400 + Vat (until 16 September 2009) - 20% off
Normal price: £500 + Vat
International Delegate: Attendance is free for qualified non-UK based companies. Please contact your local British Embassy to get involved. If you unsure of your local representative, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org