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August 27th, 2007
Nanotechnology Industry Leaders Appointed to the Board of The Australian Nano Business Forum
The Australian Nano Business Forum (ANBF) has announced the appointment of Dr Paul McCormick as the Board Member to represent its WA Chapter. Dr McCormick who was nominated by the WA Chapter of the ANBF, and elected unanimously by the ANBF Board, will take up his position immediately. Dr Mc Cormick is one of the leaders of nanotechnology in Australia.
Dr McCormick is the founder and CEO of Advanced Nanotechnology Limited, a prominent Australian manufacturer of nanomaterials and nano-enabled products, which listed successfully on the ASX in early 2006. Most notable is its unique, patented Mechanochemical Processing (MCP™) technology, which is a solid-state process for the manufacture of a wide range of nanopowders.
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