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Micronit Microfluidics b.v. and IVAM Microtechnology Network are organizing an Open Business Meeting on February 21 in Enschede, the Netherlands. Leading institutes such as IMTEK and Mesa+ and the companies Micronit Microfluidics, Medimate, Boehringer Ingelheim microParts, and Bartels Mikrotechnik will present current trends and developments of micro fluidics for life sciences and medical devices.

Microfluidics for Life Sciences Micronit and IVAM invite to Open Business Day in Enschede

Dortmund, Germany | Posted on January 19th, 2008

Besides discussion with the experts the participants also have the opportunity to visit the new company facilities of Micronit. Further information, program and registration form can be found under www.ivam.de/index.php?content=messe_details&id=326&clear=2. The number of participants is limited.

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About IVAM
As international association of companies and institutes in the field of microtechnology, nanotechnology and advanced materials, IVAM's priorities are to create competitive advantages for our members. Our members have appreciated this for 13 years now. 254 member companies and institutes from 17 countries open up new markets and set standards with the support of IVAM. Companies, Institutes, products, services and contact persons are listed here online as well as in the printed IVAM directory.

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Contacts:
Florence Bukow
Emil-Figge-Str. 76
44227 Dortmund
Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 2 31 / 97 42-147
Fax: +49 (0) 2 31 / 97 42-150
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