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Posted: May 27, 2010

Applied Nanotech to Exhibit at Nanotech China

(Nanowerk News) Applied Nanotech Holdings, Inc. announced that it will showcase some of its key nanotechnology advancements at Nanotech China, which is being held in Shanghai, China from May 27 -29, 2010 at the Shanghai Everbright Convention and Exhibition Center.
At its booth, ANI will focus on its namomaterials, both composites and CarbAl™, as well as its conductive ink technologies. ANI has also arranged meetings during its time in China with companies interested in manufacturing products that use ANI’s technology in many different areas.
More information about Nanotech China, the leading nanotechnology show in China, is available at
In addition, Applied Nanotech will exhibit and present at the TechConnect World Nanotech Conference and Expo 2010 being held at the Anaheim, California. The conference is being held at the Anaheim Convention Center from June 21-24, 2010. Applied Nanotech will give three separate presentations titled:
More information on the conference is available at
About Applied Nanotech Holdings, Inc.
Applied Nanotech Holdings, Inc. is a premier research and commercialization organization focused on solving problems at the molecular level. Its team of PhD level scientists and engineers work with companies and other organizations to solve technical impasses and create innovations that will create a competitive advantage. The business model is to license patents and technology to partners that will manufacture and distribute products using the technology. Applied Nanotech has over 250 patents or patents pending. Applied Nanotech’s website is
Source: Applied Nanotech (press release)
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