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tinytechjobs Selected to Host Veneto Nanotech Job Center
Alameda, CA | September 15, 2005
tinytechjobs, a career web site focused on jobs in nanotechnology, microtechnology, biotechnology, and information technology, announced today that it has been selected by Veneto Nanotech to host the Veneto Nanotech Job Center. The Veneto Nanotech Job Center offers a unique meeting place for prospective employers and job seekers in Italy‚Äôs vibrant nanotechnology community. Companies, government agencies, and academic institutions can post jobs on this dedicated site that will be viewed by the thousands of experienced and highly qualified individuals who traffic the Italian site.
In addition to signing up for a weekly job alert, job seekers can post their resumes to be viewed by potential employers, upload formatted documents, and set up job agents that will email jobs that meet their search criteria. They can search through job postings or browse them by company, category, or location and apply online quickly and easily. The site design is simple and easy to navigate. The Job Center can be found at: veneto.tinytechjobs.com.
The Veneto Nanotech Job Center joins the existing tinytechjobs network of 16 sites, which includes NanoApex (www.nanoapex.com), Nanotechnology-Now (www.nanotech-now.com), NanoVIP (www.nanovip.com), and Nanotechnology News Network (www.nanonewsnet.com), all popular nanotech news and information sites, as well as other regional sites such as the Canadian Nanobusiness Alliance and the European Nanobusiness Association. tinytechjobs also hosts career sections for such industry organizations as the IEEE SF Bay Area Nanotechnology Council (www.ieee.org/nano), the Atlantic Nanoforum (www.atlanticnanoforum.org), and others. A complete list of network sites can be found at www.tinytechjobs.com.
tinytechjobs is a unique career web site focused on jobs in nanotechnology, microtechnology, biotechnology, and information technology. The site also contains many resources, including education and research information and links, a database of company information, a calendar of industry events, and links to journals, associations, and societies. For more information, visit or contact email@example.com.
About Veneto Nanotech
Veneto Nanotech S.C.p.A. is an organization created in order to coordinate the activities of the hi-tech cluster of nanotechnology applied to materials promoted by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR).
Its main activities are:
- the attraction and formation of talents;
- the development and activation of infrastructures for research activities and industrial prototyping;
- the promotion of the opportunities offered by nanotechnology for the innovation of the industrial processes of already existing companies, and for the creation of new ones.
- the promotion and development of private investments for research
With an overall budget of EURO60 million, and counting on the participation of the Central Government, regional and local administrations and institutions, the Universities of Padua, Venice and Verona, as well as major research institutions, Veneto Nanotech aims at excellence in the field of nanotechnology applied to materials.
The Veneto Nanotech cluster includes:
- CIVEN (www.civen.org), an association among the universities of Padua, Venice and Verona, which performs basic and applied research, as well as training activities (International Master in Nanotechnologies).
- NanoFab, a nanofabrication facility lab situated at VEGA Technological Park in Marghera (Venice), and provided with state-of-the-art equipment for R&D activities of both Universities and companies.
Veneto Nanotech is the organizer of Nanochallenge (www.nanochallenge.com), an international business plan competition, with EURO300,000 worth of investment up for grabs, that gives participants an actual opportunity to create a start-up company.
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