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The Perspective from UK, Sweden and Denmark. 9 February 2005, Lund University, Sweden.
The British Embassies in Sweden & Denmark, together with local partners including the Nanometer Structure Consortium, invite you to a free Partnering Seminar on commercialising Bionanotechnology. The seminar will showcase UK, Danish and Swedish expertise in this area, promote co-operation between companies and researchers and will explain how the respective countries are creating robust networks to support industrial and academic communities. Its also a unique opportunity to hear at first hand about the latest nanotech developments in the UK, meet with a number of UK nanotech companies who are also attending the seminar and learn more about the commercial opportunities for Nordic nanotech companies in the UK
To reserve your seat contact Stephen Cornell, Tel: +46 8 671 3135, Stephen.Cornell@fco.gov.uk
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