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November 16th, 2007
Boffins prepare for UK NanoForum 2007
Nanotechnology experts and entrepreneurs from around the world will gather in London at the UK NanoForum 2007 later this month.
The event will showcase some of the latest nanotechnology advances, and strengthen ties between the UK and other partners in the industry.
NanoForum 2007 will bring together more than 130 international delegates, 50 UK exhibitors and 200 UK delegates to highlight what the UK nanotechnology industry and academia has to offer.
The UK nanotechnology industry is one of the fastest growing and most innovative in the world, and is forecast to grow by 44 per cent over the next 12 to 15 years.
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