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11th of June, Newcastle
Transforming Nanotechnologies into Marketable Products
Glasgow, UK | Posted on May 25th, 2007
Drew Murray, Business Development Director, CEMMNT
"Accelerating Product and Process Development through micro and nano scale measurement and characterization".
Robert Bennett, Technesium TC
"Technology Intelligence: The Process & It's Implications for Nano-Product Marketability."
Richard Moore, Nanomedicine and Lifesciences Manager, Institute of Nanotechnology
"Nanotechnology and Regulations"
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Created to represent the interests of nanotechnology businesses across Europe, the European Nanotechnology Trade Alliance (ENTA) acts to bridge gaps between governments, science and industry policy makers and business. It will also openly interface with the public and watchdog organizations to ensure transparency and that new nanotechnologies are developed in a safe, and responsible manner. ENTA will become a first port of call for the media to express the industry view on nanotechnology.
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