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October 30th, 2006

NANOIDENT CEO to speak at SEMI NanoForum 2006

Abstract:
NANOIDENT CEO, Klaus Schroeter will deliver a corporate overview and presentation about new, disruptive technology, which will impact the electronics market on October 9 at ETRE 2006. His presentation will discuss the latest developments in printed electronics that have the potential to replace traditional silicon in certain applications as well as open up new applications in a wide range of markets, including consumer, industrial, life science and security. (PDF)

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