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Building on the success of 'Investing in Medical Nanotechnologies-2006', the Institute of Nanotechnology, a global leader in nanotechnology information services and technology transfer in partnership with Nanomednet, the nanomedicine network for medical professionals, industry and investors, announces the second annual conference and exhibition, 'Investing in Medical Nanotechnology 2' to be held at Royal College of Surgeons of England, London on 28-29 November, 2007.
Attended by major industrial players, start-ups, investors, business analysts and consultants, this two-day conference promises to spotlight cutting-edge technologies and routes to finance. The associated exhibition will showcase novel nanotechnologies in clinical applications. The European nanotech community will gather for two days to discuss the latest applications of nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Drug Delivery and Pharmaceutical Development as well as Novel Devices, Nanosensors and Diagnostics. Small companies will pitch their novel innovations to investors and potential customers seeking support and partnerships.
The conference has already lined up a list of eminent speakers including Prof. Dr. J.W. Hans Hofstraat, Vice President, Healthcare Strategic Partnerships, Philips Research, Dr. John Baldoni, Senior Vice President of Pharmaceutical Development, GlaxoSmithKline, Mr. Michel Lussier, Vice President, General Manager, Volcano Corp., Prof. Jörg Vienken, Vice-President, BioScience Department, Fresenius Medical Care, Mr. Robert Jelski, Sector Partner, Electronics, Semiconductors & Advanced Technologies,3i,Dr. Renzo Tomellini, Head of Nanotechnology Unit, European Commission, Prof. Seeram Ramakrishna, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore, Prof. Amarnath Maitra, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Delhi and many small companies.
The conference also offers an opportunity to the delegates to showcase their technology and services to potential partners, investors and customers through posters. This complimentary service to all the delegates will add more value to the event by bringing together maximum number of novel ideas in minimum time. In addition to this, there are opportunities available for industry and academia to display their innovations through limited exhibition spaces.
For more information on sponsorship, poster display and exhibition opportunities; contact Tiju Joseph at The Institute of Nanotechnology on +44 (0) 141 330 8734, EMail: , website: http://www.nanomednet.org/conference07
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