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Home > Press > The European Nanotechnology Trade Alliance announces it’s next NanoMicroClub Networking Event

Abstract:
Thursday 8th March, 2007
"Board Room", BioCity, Pennyfoot Street, Nottingham
09:00 - 17:00

NanoMicroClub meetings showcase start-up and spin-out companies in the nano and micro technology sector and allows them to meet business advisors, corporate companies, and technology end users who are interested in finding out about the latest nanotech activity within SME's and the research base.

The European Nanotechnology Trade Alliance announces it’s next NanoMicroClub Networking Event

Nottingham, UK | Posted on January 22nd, 2007

The next NanoMicroClub event will also have a session dedicated to regulatory affairs with presentations from a variety of organizations including:
Tom Eddy, Secretary to the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution
Brian Fullam, Head of Process Safety Corporate Topic Group, Health and Safety Executive

Presentations: Spaces are available for SMEs and start-ups and corporate companies that are technology scouting - please apply to Del Stark at

To register: please fill in the registration form at
http://www.euronanotrade.com/news/NottinghamRegistration.doc

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About European Nanotechnology Trade Alliance
ENTA offers an integrated programme aimed at promoting the benefits of nanotechnology and mitigating regulatory and reputational risk for the whole industry and supporting all actions that ensure new nanotechnologies are developed in a safe and responsible manner.

In addition to the above, ENTA represents the interests of nanotechnology businesses across Europe and acts to bridge the gap between industry, governments, science, and importantly, the public in promoting the benefits of nanotechnology. Although nanotechnologies have been under development for many years it is only relatively recently that the issues behind the science have risen up the political and news agenda, obviously in differing degrees across member states. As such the coming months will be a vital period in shaping the future development and application of nanotechnologies.

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
Carrie Smith

+44(0)1786 447 520 or
Del Stark

+44 (0)141 330 2143.

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