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Nicast to Exhibit Advanced Electrospinning Capabilities at
The Nano3Millenium Conference in Prague, March 11-12 and
Nano Israel 2009 in Jerusalem, March 30-31
Nicast Ltd., developer of medical devices made of electrospun nanofabric, announced today that the company will exhibit its advanced nanotechnology and electrospun products at two conferences during the month of March 2009: Nano3Millenium Conference at the Clarion Congress Hotel Prague, March 11-12 and Nano Israel 2009, at the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel, March 30-31.
"Nicast is a clear leader in the electrospinning industry. We benefit from more than 30 years of professional experience in this field. And, we have used this experience to create state-of-the-art facilities (ISO 13485 certified) specifically designed for the development and manufacturing of customized medical and industrial products," said CEO Benjamin Eliason.
Mr. Eliason continued, "We are attending both conferences, as we would like to further introduce our outstanding technology and capabilities to the medical, industrial and nanotechnology communities, and to establish dialogues with those interested in developing products or partnerships with us."
Mr. Eliason or CTO Dr. Alex Dobson will be available throughout the conferences to answer any questions. To schedule a private briefing, please contact Benjamin Eliason at , or at +972 54 4956007.
About Nicast Ltd.
Nicast Ltd. is a pioneer in the development of superior electrospun polymer nanofabric technologies and products for a wide range of applications. Headquartered in Lod, Israel, Nicast has six patents in the U.S., ten patents outside of the U.S. and 14 additional patents pending.
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