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May 28th, 2007
Australian Nanobusiness Form Create Alliance with Australian Institute for Commercialisation
The Australian Institute for Commercialisation (AIC) and the Australian Nano Business Forum (ANBF) recently joined forces through a Memorandum of Understanding agreement to raise industry awareness of the potential applications and capabilities of nanotechnology. The AIC and ANBF will work together to provide practical information and education to businesses across range of industry sectors that could benefit from the application of nanotechnology in their business.
To complement this awareness raising, hands-on assistance and funding for commercialisation services can be made available through the AIC's TechFast ® program to help interested SMEs identify, assess and potentially adopt nanotechnologies and other relevant knowledge with the potential to improve products and processes.
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