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UK NanoForum – Registration Open

Oct 29 2009

The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) and UK Trade Investment (UKTI) have announced that registration is now open for its UK NanoForum Emerging Technologies Conference 2009, (London, Nov 3-4), which has now been expanded to 2 days for the first time. Reflecting the importance of international business opportunities, the event will be opened by distinguished keynote presenters Professor Anthony Ryan and Christos Tokamanis. Professor Anthony Ryan OBE of Sheffield University presented the 2002 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures on Channel 4 and in 2006 was made an OBE for ‘Services to Science’. Christos

Tokamanis is Head of Unit ‘Nano converging Sciences and Technologies’ for DG Research, European Commission. Next generation lithium ion batteries, heterogeneous photocatalysis for water treatment and purification, the use of new technologies in phase 1 clinical trial, and carbon nanotube fibres, are just some of the topics to be addressed by over 40 distinguished presenters. UK NanoForum will combine a 3 parallel session conference with an industrial exhibition, poster session with EPSRC’s awards for young scientists, technology elevator pitches and facilitated networking for over 100 international and 350 UK delegates, as well as the Business Innovation Awards for UK companies. Leading companies from 21 countries were represented at UK NanoForum 2008, such as Hyundai Motor, Shell Global Solutions International, Kings College
London and Nokia Research Centre.

Emerging technologies have the potential to solve industrial and societal challenges, and the key themes for the event will be: Life Sciences, Healthcare, Energy Environment and Electronics Materials. In addition, four further emerging technologies will be showcased: phototonics, electronics and plastic electronics, and precision surfaces and complex structures. With a focus on trade, investment and collaborations, UK NanoForum Emerging Technologies 2009 is ideal for companies, academia, technology purchasers and those seeking to develop joint ventures to develop new business relationships. For details visit: www.uknano.biz

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