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Posted: January 30, 2009

IVAM Microtechnology Network at the largest nano fair in Asia

(Nanowerk News) IVAM Microtechnology Network will be present at nano tech, the largest Asian fair for nanotechnology, to promote the innovations of its about 300 member companies and institutes, ranging from nanoanalytics to tool manufacturing.
The event takes place from February 18 to 20, 2009, in Tokyo, Japan. Main topics of this year’s fair are microtechnology, nanotechnology, cleantech and renewable energy sources.
“Asia belongs to the core markets for IVAM’s foreign marketing. So, nano tech 2009 is only one of several activities in Asia that we are organizing within the scope of the initiative “International Research Marketing”, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Further activities are planned in Korea and Japan”, says IVAM Managing Director Dr. Uwe Kleinkes. Some IVAM members like GXC Coatings GmbH, TDC Corporation, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Weidmann Plastics Technology AG are present at nano tech as well.
Further information is available at www.ivam.eu.
About IVAM
IVAM is an international association of companies and institutes in the fields of microtechnology, nanotechnology and advanced materials. At present about 300 companies, institutes and partners from all over the world are IVAM members. As the communicative bridge between suppliers and users, IVAM brings innovations to market and creates competitive advantages via technology marketing. Furthermore, IVAM offers lobbying services for small and medium-sized enterprises, qualification, various publications and world-wide networking on trade fairs and events.
Source: IVAM
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