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As one of the three major nanotechnology forums held in the world, Nano Korea 2008 will take place between August 27th and the 29th at the KINTEX convention center in Ilsan, Gyeonggi Province in Korea.

Nano Korea 2008 to be Held in Seoul

SEOUL, South Korea | Posted on August 17th, 2008

Nano Korea 2008 is an annual event that was first held in 2003 to foster the commercialization and research of nanotechnology. Jointly sponsored by Korea's Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Nano Korea 2008 is organized by its own organizing committee.

The theme of this year's symposium and exhibition is "Nanotechnology for the Sustainable World." Open lecture sessions will be held at the symposium while the latest trends and commercialization strategies in the nanotech industry for sustainable growth will be showcased at the exhibition.

The exhibition floor will be divided into sections to display nanotech equipment, nanotech materials, nano/bio products and other technologies. In addition, new nanotech products will be announced along with symposiums given by the Nano Wire Forum and Korea-Japan Nano Industrialization Forum, one of which will be entitled "Sustainable Development for Civilization enabled by Nanotechnology." More than 20 various programs will be held at Nano Korea 2008.

Not only will the event open a new chapter of exchange in technology, but participants will also be able to glimpse new technologies and spread this knowledge to others.

The organizing committee of Nano Korea 2008 succeeded in winning the rights to host the International Microtech World Exhibition and Conference after an MOU was signed between partners from Korea, Japan, and Germany. Therefore, Microtech World will be simultaneously held with Nano Korea 2008.

Broadening the scope of Nano Korea from nanotechnology to micro technology will not only foster closer international cooperation in the field of nanotechnology but will also promote the latest trend of melding nanotechnology with micro technology and open a new chapter in the convergence of disparately different technologies.

With the combination of Nano Korea and Microtech World, the double event will boast 320 display booths and 180 exhibitors from 8 different countries.

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