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Posted: January 30, 2009

Nanotechnology conference to focus on commercialization of nanomaterials

(Nanowerk News) Following the great success of last year, NanoCentral presents NanoMaterials09. With more speakers and fresh content, this year’s nanomaterials event is an evolutionary giant stride, providing you with the knowledge and contacts required to tap into this emerging and profitable market.
This nanotechnology conference will take place on June 16-18, 2009 in Bonn, Germany.
Remaining loyal to its conceptual origins, NanoMaterials09 will focus on the commercialisation of nanomaterials, rather than technology and theoretical benefits. This is what sets it apart from other events and was the key to our success last year – practical solutions for practical challenges.
During the event, delegates can browse the exhibition stands and poster sessions as well as hear from and pose questions to nanotechnology leaders at the main conference. In order to offer the breadth of information and at the level of detail required for Europe’s leading event on nanomaterials, the conference will be structured into five parallel sessions, comprising of:
  • Thin film and printed electronics
  • Nanoplastics and nanocomposites
  • Nanobiotechnology and consumer products
  • Coatings, inks and pigments
  • Clean technology
  • Alongside these specialised streams two plenary sessions will address the issues that effect the entire nanomaterials industry. From commercialisation strategies to indentifying opportunities for convergence; if you are involved in any part of the nano supply chain, NanoMaterials09 is unmissable.
    Source: NanoCentral
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