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Posted: Jun 03, 2013

Nano London 2014 Exhibition and Conference sets the stage for nanotechnology advances

(Nanowerk News) An international conference and exhibition covering the latest developments in nanotechnology was announced today. Nano London will take place from 17th-19th June 2014 at Olympia and brings together industry leaders, academics, commentators, suppliers and sources of funding in the fast growing field of nanotechnology.
The event, which is expected to attract over 3000 visitors and a minimum of 100 exhibitors will be a truly international event offering a combination of exhibitor space, a world class international conference, a funding forum and networking opportunities.
Delegates, including senior decision makers from government bodies, executives from leading organisations and members of the scientific community, will have the opportunity to participate in debates, keynote speeches, presentations and panel discussions on a range of business and technological issues within the sector.
Event Director of Nano London, Dawn Kime commented; “The exhibition and diverse conference programme will not only demonstrate what is currently happening within the nanotechnology industry, but will also encourage interaction and collaborations to further advance the field, highlighting new opportunities. Nano London is an annual event and we have been encouraged by the support we have had from both government, and the industry.”
Exhibitors at Nano London will include universities, labs, R&D centres, technical service companies and those servicing the industry for example equipment manufacturers and software providers.
Those wishing to register their interest in attending, or exhibiting at Nano London should call 01442 870290 or email
Source: Nano London
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