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July 8th, 2004
When Nano and Tex Collided
EuroNanoTex 2004, produced by the European NanoBusiness Association, exceeded expectations in terms of attendance and industry interest with over 100 people packed into the room in Barcelona. This was Europe’s first business-focused nanotech & textiles conference, and delegates and speakers represented every segment of both the textile industry and nanotechnology community including textile producers, textile federations, European policy makers, and some of the most significant nanotechnology solutions providers from around the world.
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