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Encyclopedia & Virtual Show
Exploring Nanotechnology - A Multimedia Encyclopedia
February 25, 2005
Nanopolis invites instrument manufacturers, nanomaterials users and IP lawyers to participate in the upcoming "Exploring Nanotechnology" encyclopedia & Virtual Show, the first and only multimedia animated space of nanotechnology science and industry.
The "Exploring Nanotechnology" encyclopedia is the result of the cooperation of over 200 research groups worldwide. It explains topics of interest in nanotechnology in a widely accessible manner. To each topic it associates summary charts representing the main classes of industrial and research players and their interdependence. It also includes presentations of companies active in the field (e.g. instrument manufacturers, nanomaterials users, IP lawyers etc.).
Be easily understood
Your technology will be represented by 3D interactive clips created by scientific and graphic design teams with 7 years' experience in the field. Thus, you will enrich your marketing resources, rapidly establish a common language with potential clients and investors, become easily understood by people with various academic backgrounds, and participate in communication events using your self-explanatory multimedia clip.
Be worldwide disseminated
Distributed in thousands of CD-ROMs on the "Exploring Nanotechnology" encyclopedia to research institutes, universities and industrial players, displayed to American, European, Asian academic environments on the Nanopolis e-Learning platform, posted on the Nanopolis portal, your company can now be sure that all the concerned actors will instantly capture its message. You will also receive your multimedia clip (online compatible) for use in subsequent marketing actions e.g conferences, trade shows, web sites, TV spots etc.
Become accessible to thousands of American, European and Asian Universities
Your presentation will be available to European, American and Asian academic environments through a powerful e-learning platform, giving access to the largest multimedia educational source on nanoscale science and engineering. Thus, you will become a learning source, promote your know-how in the academic environment, get in touch with research centers and find compatible labs to establish partnerships with.
Expand your contact base
The summary charts of the "Exploring Nanotechnology" encyclopedia, the Nanopolis portal, and the Nanopolis collaborative project development tool, provide an always up-to-date mirror of the nanotechnology active players. You will be able to contact each of these players, share your vision or discuss business opportunities and, even more, you may address directly to the public by displaying your recent results and initiatives on the Nanopolis portal.
™ is a multimedia distributed knowledge network aimed at transposing today’s knowledge on matter exploration at the atomic scale into a virtual representation space.NANOPOLIS™ mirrors in real-time the interaction between research, industry and education in the world of nanotechnology, synchrotron light and neutronics.Leading research institutes, universities and industrialists contribute with materials on their latest scientific and technological achievements. The NANOPOLIS team analyzes and produces a synthesis of the information in real-time. The content is then transposed into virtual representations and validated by the original contributors. The contributors are provided with a copy of the presentation for their own use while the rest of the community can also access this content via the Nanopolis communication channels.
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