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8-10 June 2010, Hotel Russell, London, UK

www.nanomaterials2010.com

Following the success of previous years, NanoCentral and lntertechPira are proud to bring this hugely successful event back to the UK. With more speakers and fresh content, this year’s NanoMaterials event will provide you with the knowledge and contacts required to tap into this emerging and profitable markets.

NanoMaterials2010 will feature

» 3 pre-conference workshops

• Nanomaterial SHE • Sub-micron Food Technology • Characterisation and metrology

» 2 plenary sessions

» 4 parallel symposia

• Coatings, lnks and Pigments • Printed Electronics • Composites and Plastics • Clean Technology

lncluding presentations from:

Alphasense Ltd

Applied Nanodetectors

Bayer Material Science

Cambridge Display Technology Ltd

Cardiff University

Cientifica

Comdaq

Composites Re-Turn AS

ETH Zurich

Exilica Ltd

Hardide Plc

Hexcel

lntegrated Nano-Science & Commodity Exchange

lntel

Leuven University

Lloyds of London

È exhibition » poster display

È extensive networking events

Find out more on

www.nanomaterials2010.com

Organised by:

Mantis Deposition

Naneum Ltd

Nanogap

Nanopool

Nanotechnology lndustries Association (NlA)

NanoVentures Ltd

Nokia Research Centre

Product & lmage Security Foundation

Promethan Particles

Teer Coatings

Thomas Swan & Co Limited

Unilever R&D

University of Pretoria

Xennia

…plus many others!

Book online on

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