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International symposium on nanotechnology and patenting
Increasing R&D budgets from the world's leading governments and international organisations have resulted in a consistent and growing volume of nanotechnologies patent applications.
Whether you are an IP professional, a scientist or a researcher, this will be a unique opportunity for you to network amongst the professionals of your industry in The Hague on 9-11 November 2004.
Co-organised by The European Patent Institute, the Future Technologies Division of the German Association of Engineers, the Licensing Executives Society, the European Commission and the European Patent Office, the International Symposium on Nanotechnology and Patenting aims to inform stakeholders on the role of the European Patent System in protecting IP and provides the platform to share and make known your views on technical and ethical points.
Don't miss this opportunity - enrol today and network at the event where European patent professionals meet with European Nanotechnology experts.
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