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CMP Cientifica Views: 9896
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CMP Científica is Europe's only nanotechnology integrator, with activities spanning from basic research, through scientific networks to investment appraisals and due diligence. CMP is in constant contact with thousands of scientists, businesses and investors active in the nanotechnology world. Tim Harper is the founder & President of CMP Científica, and the Co Author of the Nanotechnology Opportunity Report™, described by NASA as "the defining report in the field of nanotechnology."

Biomade B.V. Views: 9886
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Biomade Technology is a research institute whose mission is to develop and exploit molecular nanotechnologies. Biomade Technology bridges the gap between scientific knowledge and applicable technology in the field of molecular nanotechnology.

APTE Association Views: 9871
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The APTE Association is a cooperation and knowledge network of currently 400 members and 4000 partners who are leaders in their fields. Globally active companies, institutions and specialists come from five continents. The main points of interest are micro/nanotechnologies, IT, neuro/biotechnologies and other forward-looking technologies.

Argonide Views: 9892
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Argonide is a world leader in the manufacture of nano powders, principally nano metals and nano alumina in spherical as well as fibrous form. Nanometals have a wide variety of uses including energetics (rocket propulsion and pyrotechnics), in microelectronic films and coatings, super conducting alloys and for high strength powder metallurgical metals and alloys.

Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance Views: 9883
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The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance (CNBA) is a nanotechnology association and facilitator. Its dual mission is as follows: 1) To establish a Canadian National Nanotechnology Initiative including the creation of commercially-oriented nanotech hubs, the promotion of nanotechnology in Canada, and the promotion of Canadian nanotechnology capabilities internationally, and 2) To develop major nanotechnology initiatives across the globe.

Center for Nanotechnology CeNTech Views: 9893
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The new Center for Nanotechnology CeNTech is going to improve the utilization of nanotechnological research. Integrated into the densest network of universities in all over Europe in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, CeNTech will provide the environment to direct selected ideas and results of nanotechnological and esp. nanoanalytical research into technical application. CeNTech GmbH provides the general conditions for entrepreneurs to further develop their research ideas up to marketability. The founder will be assisted with technical know-how, including external expertise, procurement of contacts (to experts for start-ups, patents, financing, law, taxes, management, bookkeeping, accountancy), as well as premises (office, laboratories, clean rooms). Additionally CeNTech GmbH offers education and advanced training in the field of nanotechnology. In specific workshops nanotechnological knowledge will be imparted to pupils, students, and other interested persons.

Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM SA) Views: 9896
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CSEM, the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology, Inc., is a privately held, knowledge-based company carrying out: 1) Applied research work 2) Product development 3) Prototype and low-volume production.

Chalmers University of Technology Views: 9879
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The Chemical Physics Group (CPG) headed by Professor Bengt Kasemo has an internationally recognized expertise in nanoscience/-technology and nanobiotechnology (Chalmers was highlighted as being well reputed for 3 of the 4 investigated areas ‘nanotechnology for biotechnology’ for ‘nanotechnology for IT’ and for ‘nanotechnology for materials and surfaces science’ in the recent ERA Mapping of Excellence: nanotechnology expert group) of biointerfaces with 8 senior researchers and around 20 PhD students and post-docs. The primary activities include nano- and micropatterning of surfaces (ceramics, metals and polymers) for biomolecules and cells, nanoscale and interfacial sensing technologies, tissue engineering scaffolds, functionalisation of medical implant surfaces and fundamentals of self-assembling processes. Key current issues are the formation of SPBs with and without membrane bound functional molecules, nanopatterning, cell signaling affected by patterned surfaces, protein interaction with nanostructures, biosensors/-chips and photoinduced processes and theoretical approaches to description of such events.

CORDIS: Nanotechnology Views: 9885
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This web service provides an overview of nanotechnology related activities across the European Community’s programmes. This includes information on projects and funding opportunities, information about the European Research Area and the 6th Framework Programme.

European NanoBusiness Association Views: 9904
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The European Nanobusiness Association (ENA) is an industrial and trade organisation founded to promote the professional development of the emerging business of nanotechnology at the European level.

Foresight Institute Views: 9886
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Foresight Institute's goal is to guide emerging technologies to improve the human condition. Foresight focuses its efforts upon nanotechnology, the coming ability to build materials and products with atomic precision, and upon systems that will enhance knowledge exchange and critical discussion, thus improving public and private policy decisions.

Frontiers Views: 9879
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Frontiers aims at establishing leadership in research and innovation on behalf of life sciences related nanotechnology by creating structures that build on the existing strengths and facilities of the network partners. The large emphasis on nanotechnology worldwide requires a strong ambition and focus, in order to achieve the leadership needed. We believe this can only be done by leveraging and focusing existing strength, expertise and investments within Europe through a network. The critical mass hence obtained is expected to lead to the development of marketable new technologies, processes, tools and devices that will in turn have great impact on science, industry and society.

IEEE Nanotechnology Council Views: 9882
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Multi-disciplinary group whose purpose is to advance Nanotechnology carried out by IEEE members.

Inframat Corporation Views: 9885
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Inframat® Corporation ("IMC") is an emerging technology company founded in 1996 to develop nanostructured materials to improve performance and extend the life of coated components used throughout the global infrastructure. To date, the Company has been funded over $8 MM primarily through "customer-based financing," i.e. Government contract R&D and corporate joint development. Its rapid sales growth was recently recognized by a Y2002 Deloitte & Touche Connecticut Technology Fast50 Award, a first for a "pure play" nanotechnology company.

Innovatief HBO Views: 9886
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Resources related to MicroSysteemTechnologie.

Institute of Nanotechnology Views: 9878
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The Institute of Nanotechnology (IoN) is a registered charity. It was established in 1997 to provide a focus for the burgeoning interest in nanotechnology, encourage new research and keep the public aware of developments in this exciting field.

Institute of Nanotechnology (INT) Views: 9887
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Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH is an independent science and research institution in Germany with a staff of about 3500 employees. Its Institute of Nanotechnology (INT) was founded by approval of its board of supervisors on June 10, 1998, the result of a joint initiative of Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe and the Universities of Karlsruhe and Strassbourg. Typical for the scientific work at the INT is a strong interdisciplinary approach as well as a close international collaboration with numerous researchers from leading research institutions.

Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center Views: 9883
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The Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center with sites at University of Aarhus (AU) and at Aalborg University (iNANO) fosters a comprehensive research, education, and development program in the area of nanoscience and nanotechnology, see www.inano.au.dk. The head of iNANO is prof., dr.scient. Flemming Besenbacher. The iNANO center nucleated around the Danish National Research Foundation Center of Excellence “Center for Atomic-scale Materials Physics” (CAMP)

Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration Views: 9877
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The Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (IRC) in Nanotechnology is funded by EPSRC, BBSRC, MRC and the MoD as a collaboration between the University of Cambridge, University College London and the University of Bristol. The IRC will provide an underpinning interdisciplinary activity in Nanotechnology with the theme of understanding and controlling the physical properties of nanostructures and devices by fabrication at single molecule precision.

Interuniversitair Micro-elektronica Centrum Views: 9877
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IMEC was founded in 1984 and today is Europe's leading independent research centre for the development and licensing of microelectronics, and information and communication technologies (ICT). IMEC is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium, and has a staff of more than 1100 people including 350 industrial residents and guest researchers. Its more than $100 million revenue is derived from agreements and contracts with Flemish government, the EC, MEDEA, the European Space Agency, equipment and material suppliers and semiconductor companies worldwide. IMEC's activities concentrate on design of integrated information and communication systems; silicon process technology; silicon technology and device integration; microsystems, components and packaging; advanced training in microelectronics. IMEC has a sub-0.25µm 200mm pilot line and is ISO9001 certified.

Israel Nanotechnology Trust Views: 9898
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The Israel Nanotechnology Trust (INT) is the fundraising and fund distribution arm of the Israeli National Nanotechnology Initiative (INNI) – the national initiative established by the Government of Israel to set national priorities and goals for the advancement of nanotechnology in Israel.

Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft Views: 9885
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In 2004 the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft was established at the Department of NanoScience, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Delft University of Technology through a generous grant by the US-based Kavli foundation. The Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology consists of six research groups and a nanofabrication cleanroom facility. With a staff of 16 professors and over 80 PhD students and postdocs, the Institute studies new physics and exploits novel principles in nanostructured devices with a new functionality. The nanostructures vary from superconductors to biopolymers and are obtained from nature or fabricated with bottom-up methods (starting with atoms or molecules) or top-down techniques (such as electron-beam lithography).

Larta Views: 9878
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Larta is a think tank for technology businesses. It applies knowledge in practical ways on behalf of cutting edge companies, investors, governments, and professionals. Larta drives the technology markets through four core activities: business training, market research, consulting, and capital and knowledge programs.

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research Views: 9867
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The Max Plank Institute represents one of he leading research institutes in the world. Research efforts are centred on nanometre-scale science and technology, primarily focusing on solid-state phenomena that are determined by small dimensions and interfaces. Materials with controlled size, shape and dimension ranging from clusters of a few atoms to nanostructures with several hundred or thousand atoms, to ultra-thin films with nanometer thickness are studied. A central scientific goal is the detailed understanding of interactions and processes on the atomic and molecular scale. Novel methods for the characterization and control of processes on the atomic scale as well as tools to manipulate and assemble nano objects are developed. Of particular interest are: fundamentals of epitaxial growth and self-organization phenomena, atomic scale fabrication and characterization of metal, semiconductor and molecular nanostructures, quantum electronic transport in nanostructures, atomic scale electron spectroscopy and optics on the nanometer-scale. As surface phenomena play a key role in the understanding of nano systems the structure, dynamics and reactivity of surfaces in contact with gaseous or liquid phases are also in the focus of interest.

Mesa+ Views: 9889
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Mesa+ is a multidisciplinary research institute of Twente University. It houses approximately 440 people, including over 200 Ph.D. students and post docs and has a yearly turnover of some 31 M€. Mesa+ integrates approximately equal contributions from the disciplines of Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics. The activities of 18 chairs from these disciplines are focused in 5 central programs, which are responsible for 70% of the total research volume within the institute. These programs are all focused at the nano domain. Mesa+ is a nanotechnology institute with supporting expertise in microsystems and materials science, ranging from electronic materials to supramolecular chemistry and self assembly.

Michigan Small Tech Association - MISTA Views: 9884
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MISTA’s goal is to help foster growth in Michigan’s emerging small tech sector. Our members come from a wide cross section of Michigan companies, universities and organizations that are working with micro and nanotechnologies, or working in support of companies that do.

MINAC Views: 9873
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Microsystem and Nanotechnology Cluster - The Netherlands – MINAC. It's mission: "To enlarge the knowledge and potency of micro and nanotechnology for the Netherlands and for the associated members in particular by joining forces of the members."

Nano Jury Views: 9887
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The Nano Jury brings together twenty randomly-chosen people from different backgrounds who will hear evidence about a wide range of possible futures, and the role that nanotechnologies might play in them.

Nano Science Group CEMES/CNRS Views: 9886
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The new Nanoscience and picotechnology group (GNS) at CEMES-CNRS Toulouse is designing, synthesizing and experimenting on nanoscale mono-molecular machines on a single molecule basis. It regroups an unique expertise of 20 permanent researchers and 15 doc & post-doc in organic chemistry, quantum chemistry & engineering, surface science physics & chemistry. The GNS develops a true atomic scale science and technologies where the future generations of nanoscale machines for computing, for measurement and for robotics and bio-mimetic will be made of a single molecule each. This requires the development of new theory for quantum and semi-classical control of a single molecule behavior, new design rules for molecular robotics or sensors, new nano-communication techniques using the near field or a planar atomic scale micro-clean room and an excellence in multi-step organic molecule synthesis.

Nano Tsunami Views: 9881
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Nano Tsunami is an Independent non profit European based NanoTech News Portal. We offer daily headline news about the emerging MNT, micro- mems- and nanotechnology industry, from all around the globe. Our target audience is anyone interested in any developments within the emerging world of NanoTech, we also try hard to focus on forthcoming NanoTech products as and when they emerge. Nano Tsunami is free to all and is not subject to any form of subscription. Our editorial calendar is 6 days a week ( with Sat-Sun Issues combined ) .

NanoApex.com Views: 9889
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NanoApex.com is a compliation of both business and science news.

NanoBiotech News Views: 9912
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NanoBiotech News is a newsletter providing weekly intelligence, insider information, up-to-the-minute news and analysis, and online delivery

NanoBusiness Alliance Views: 9890
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The NanoBusiness Alliance is the first industry association founded to advance the emerging business of nanotechnology and Microsystems. The NanoBusiness Alliance's mission is to create a collective voice for the emerging small tech industry and develop a range of initiatives to support and strengthen the nanotechnology business community.

Nanodot Views: 9887
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News and discussion of coming technologies.

Nanoforumeula Views: 9888
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The project aims to foster lasting research relations between European research organisations and research organisations in Latin America specialising in nanotechnology. We subsidise exchange visits for some twenty Latin American researchers to four European research organisations specialising in nanotechnology.

NanoInvestorNews Views: 9897
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NanoInvestorNews is a resource for nanotechnology investing, business, funding, and commercialization.

NanoMagnetics Ltd. Views: 9894
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NanoMagnetics designs and manufactures advanced magnetic particles for the flexible disc and tape industry. Our particle system pushes information storage density to levels unattainable by any other particle system using conventional read-write head technology.

NanoMat Views: 9886
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NanoMat is a Supraregional Network for Nanotechnology Materials. Within NanoMat three research centres of the Hermann von Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft Deutscher Forschungszentren, ten universities with natural and engineering science departments, one Max Planck Institute, an Institute of the Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, three Fraunhofer Institutes, an Institute of the Polish Academy of Science, the DECHEMA and four major companies coordinate their research programmes. The theme of the research is “Synthesis and investigation of nanostructured metals and ceramics, and investigation of the materials and applications which result from their nanoscale nature.”

Nanomed Views: 9884
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Nanobiotechnology and Medicine.

nanoSIG Views: 9867
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nanoSIG is the leading Northern California based membership organization focused on the commercial development of nanotechnology.

Nanotech Database Views: 9866
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The webpage will act in the first instance as a reference point for visitors to the CSPO website who are interested in nanotech. The content has been designed, however, with Real Time Technology Assessment in mind.

NanoTechnology Group Views: 9883
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The NanoTechnology Group Inc. a Texas non-profit corporation operates as a Foundation to support the Global Consortium of members, which consistantly looks for solutions to facilitate and develop Global Nano Science Education as Virtual Classrooms online for student access as distance learning anywhere in the world.

Nanovic Views: 9877
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Nanotechnology Victoria Ltd is a venture between three major Victorian universities, Monash University, Swinburne University of Technology, RMIT University, and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). With $28 million in funding from Members and the Victorian Government, Nanotechnology Victoria Ltd is committed to identifying key items of scientific infrastructure required to conduct nanoscience research and commercialisation, and to assessing projects for inclusion in its major research Programs. Nanotechnology Victoria is a unique vehicle, representing a new model for the exploitation of technology developments in Australia.

NanoWater.org Views: 9908
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NanoWater was created to focus the attention of the nanotechnology community on the potential of technology to change the world for good. It is not pure philanthropy - we understand that in order to engage business there has to be a commercial payback. Many of the technologies useful for water issues have many other uses. Spin offs from water related technolgies are given below.

National Centre of Competence for Nano Science, NCCR Views: 9883
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“Nanoscale Science” as a National Center of Competence in Research (NCCR) of the Swiss National Science Foundation is a long-term interdisciplinary research effort focusing on nanoscale structures, the world of single atoms and molecules, and aiming to provide new impact and ideas for the life sciences, for the sustainable use of resources, and for information and communication technologies. The University of Basel has the role of a leading house under the guidance of Prof. H.-J. Güntherodt, maintaining a network of university institutes, federal research institutes and industrial partners in which 120 scientists from a wide variety of disciplines work closely together.

National Science Foundation - Nanoscale Science and Engineer Views: 9883
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Netherlands Society for Microscopy Views: 9895
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Site to promote Microscopy in the Netherlands. Available in both English and Dutch.

News.NanoApex.com Views: 9886
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News.NanoApex.com is a portal that delivers breaking news, exclusive small-tech resources, large knowledge databases, and a place to discuss nanotechnology and MEMS with a growing community.

Technical University Delft Views: 9893
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Technical University Delft, Dep. NanoScience, TUDelft, (NL) The main strength of Dimes lies in fundamental research into nano electronics. They have a laboratory focused on realization and characterization of very small structures that is unique in the Netherlands. This expertise will be enlarged in such a way that they can operate on the absolute nano scale. Current running projects in the biophysics area include DNA repair proteins, type I restriction enzymes, magnetic tweezers studies of topoisomerase and AFM studies of photosynthetic reaction centers.

Techportal Nanotechnologie Views: 9872
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The Scientist Views: 9872
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The Scientist is an international news magazine published in print and on the Web. It reports on and analyzes the issues and events that impact the world of life scientists. The Scientist provides a unifying forum for discussion of the topics -news, research, profession and technology - that drive scientific progress. Comprehensive and topical, it serves as an ally and a guide in today's exciting and competitive research environment.

University Münster Views: 9864
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The University of Münster is a national centre for Nanotechnology specialised in nano-analytics due to several leading research groups in the field of Mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS, MALDI), electron microscopy and AFM/STM. Interdisciplinary collaboration of these research groups with biological, chemical and especially medical groups from one of the largest university clinics in Europe has initiated a variety of nanobiotech projects in recent years. With this experience and by extending these activities the university represents the backbone of the nanobiotech cluster Münster.

US Nanocorp Views: 9875
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US Nanocorp (USN) was incorporated April 1, 1996, as a vehicle to identify, develop, and commercialize value-added products in the field of energy storage and energy conversion devices which exploit the extraordinary properties of nanostructured materials.

APNF - Asia Pacific Nanotechnology Forum Views: 9898
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The Asia Pacific Nanotechnology Forum forms a strong regional coordination in science and technology development, facilitating rapid information flow between Nanotechnology developers and investors.

Center for Responsible Nanotechnology Views: 9888
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The Center for Responsible Nanotechnology is a non-profit think tank concerned with the major societal and environmental implications of advanced nanotechnology. CRN promotes public awareness and education, and the crafting and implementation of effective policy to maximize benefits and reduce dangers. We engage individuals and groups to better understand the implications of molecular manufacturing and to focus on the real risks and benefits of the technology. Our goal is the creation and implementation of wise, comprehensive, and balanced plans for global management of this transformative technology.

Euspen Views: 9891
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euspen is the ‘european society for precision engineering and nanotechnology’. It was established to provide a coherent and dynamic collaborative thrust for industry and research institutes to meet, network and mutually benefit form the promotion of ultra precision technologies.

Nanoforum Views: 9891
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The website of the Nanotechnology Thematic Network. It provides a comprehensive source of information on all areas of Nanotechnology to the business, the scientific and social communities.

NanoNordic.com Network Views: 9894
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The NanoNordic.com Network is a pan-Nordic forum that offers knowledge of the emerging micro- mems- and nanotechnology industry. Focus is on serving our audience with news and developments about research, applications, actors and networks as well as showcasing business opportunities.

nanotechweb.org Views: 9879
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Institute of Physics Publishing’s portal for nanotechnology resources. Nanotechweb.org is a global service for all communities working in nanotechnology, including academics, industrialists, investors, and anyone interested in the subject.

World Nano-Economic Congress Views: 9884
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CMP Cientifica, the world’s leading nanotechnology business information company, and IIR have joined forces: The World Nano-Economic Congress is designed to give key decision-makers in finance, nanotech and the vertical markets that the technology will serve, the tools and strategies that they need to be able to compete into the 21st century.



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