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Posted: February 7, 2008
European landmark in nanobiotechnology
(Nanowerk News) Nano2Life will present its major achievements on February 26, 2008, in Brussels for stakeholders, EC representatives and the scientific community.
After four years of operation, Nano2Life has become the visible face of European nanobiotechnology and is the most active European network in this field. Founded in 2004 it comprises 23 major European R&D organisations from 12 countries and more than 30 associated partners from industry and academia.
Nano2Life will highlight at this event its scientific, technological, educational, ethical, and human resources-linked achievements obtained during four years of collaboration:
A poster show and invited key-note speakers will present all facets of the network initiated joint research collaborations, technology transfer, gender, IPR, and the innovative and inspiring the so famous "Nano2Life - spirit".
The meeting will be the platform to discuss the importance of such a European nanobiotechnology community in order to face the competitive challenges from the US and/or Japan. Lessons from the past, success, and failures will help the design of the future European capacity in nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine.