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Official Inauguaration of Nanofab
September 29, 2005
Nanofab, the Nanofabrication Facility of Veneto Region, will be inaugurated on the 7th of October at VEGA, the Venice Science and Technology Park. Important political, industrial and scientific Italian authorities as well as EU representatives will be present at its opening day.
Nanofab is in the forefront of European nanotechnology laboratories designed and dedicated to transfer nanotechnologies in the materials sector to industrial production. That is the point of reference for entrepreneurs willing to implement innovation in both products and processes in order to perform better and achieve higher quality materials.
Nanofab is financed by European, National and Regional Governments with more than 20 ML Euro, and it is founded both by Vega and Venetian Universities represented by Civen. Nanofab is the core of a nanotech cluster, coordinated by Veneto Nanotech, promoting R&D activities and dissemination, nanotech application in the industrial market and attracting investments in the cluster area. In fact, one of the objectives of Veneto Nanotech is that of familiarizing companies with nanotechnology involving research institutions, companies and public and private investors.
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:
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