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November 21st, 2005

NANOIDENT AG presents technology platform for organic sensors

Abstract:
NANOIDENT AG will demonstrate its technology platform for organic sensors at the renowned “Printed Electronics USA 2005“ conference in the USA. On the invitation of the event organizer IDTechEx, NANOIDENT’s CEO Klaus G. Schroeter will illustrate application scenarios for organic sensors in the mass markets of the near future and describe the company’s focus on partnerships with the industry. Klaus G. Schroeter said, "The Printed Electronics conference in the USA provides an exceptional
platform for NANOIDENT AG to discuss with leading businesses and experts from Asia, Europe and the USA the opportunities of the rapid utilization of organic sensor technologies." (PDF)

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