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November 19th, 2003

Industry experts offer helping hand to nanotech startups

Abstract:
The Stirling-based Institute of Nanotechnology has launched a networking club aimed at introducing Scottish startups to mentors, venture capitalists and patent specialists. The initiative, dubbed NanoMicroClub.com, is organised around a dedicated website and small networking events across the UK and Europe. Members, such as university spin-outs, will be able to chat online about growth obstacles with patent agents and investors who specialise in nanotechnology.

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