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February 5th, 2007

Microtechnology/Hannover Fair: Japan shows strong interest in German micro and nanotechnology

Abstract:
Numerous Japanese enterprises will show trends in the industrial application of micro and nanotechnology at Microtechnology/Hannover Fair. On the IVAM joint pavilion "Micro, Nano & Materials", Matsushita Electric Works Ltd., Micromachine Center as consortium of the most important Japanese manufacturers of micro-technical systems, Mitsubishi Corporation, Olympus Corporation and Omron will present themselves from April 16 to 20.

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