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The Structural Technology and Materials Group of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers is pleased to announce their forthcoming “Nanotechnology for Business Advantage Seminar"

Can Nano/Micro Systems Technology Work for You?

London, UK. October 18, 2004

Let us de-mystify the world of Nanotechnology and Microsystems.

We’ll show you how the use of this technology could give your business the competitive edge.

Nanotechnology - Delivering Business Advantage
Thursday 9th December 2004,
The Grovefield House Hotel, Windsor


This seminar will discuss current and future applications in all areas of manufacturing from microfluidics, sensing and actuation to processing, photonics and micro-machining. More importantly, it will identify what facilities and means of assistance are already available to help businesses take advantage of these technological advances.

The area of Nanotechnology and Microsystems is one of the fastest growing sectors in UK and global manufacturing. Whatever your business, it will inevitably be affected in some way by this technology.

Can you afford to be left behind?

Contact:

Georgina Shaw
georginas@imeche.org.uk
Tel: 020 7973 1291

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