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April 7th, 2008

Joint briefing between TTNA & Nanotechnology Alliance

Abstract:
A joint briefing has been arranged between the Technical Textiles and Nonwoven Association (TTNA) and the Australian Nanotechnology Alliance (ANA) in Brisbane on 17th April.

The TTNA Member speaker is Bill Humphries from CSIRO who will speak on the use of science & technology to develop textiles for the future.

The ANA Member speaker is Professor Rob Lamb, who will speak on nanotechnology and the synchrotron and how science can help new technology, especially in technical textiles.

Introductory presentations on both the TTNA and ANA will also be made. This is an opportunity to make new business partners, and to create more interest in technical textiles generally, on a national scale.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet the brand new organization - Future Materials. This organization will be officially launched in Brisbane on 17th April from 3.30-5pm. Dignitaries from that event are invited to the briefing.

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