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Despite training and travelling budgets being withheld, NanoMaterials09 proves to be THE event to attend this year with 6 new exhibitors announced this week, an unrivalled programme line-up and more than 130 attendees confirmed so far. Find out who will present, exhibit and attend this event.
NanoMaterials09 will take place at the Maritim Bonn Hotel, Germany on 16 - 18 June 2009. It will kick off with a pre-conference workshop discussing nanotechnology risk management, followed by a two day conference featuring two plenary sessions, 5 afternoon applications focused symposia, an exhibition and poster exhibition.
The exhibition will feature leading manufacturers and research centres showcasing products and services that might help you to improve your operational strategy. IntertechPira and NanoCentral are proud to announce the main exhibitor of the event, Energenics.
Energenics is a premier supplier of alternative energy solutions and technologies. Their most recent project, Enercat fuel borne catalyst, tested in a variety of vehicles from light duty, through medium and heavy duty trucks, has demonstrated fuel efficiency savings of 8-10% on a mixed fleet of diesel vehicles. Energenics has recently announced collaboration with Cerion Energy and its aim to jointly develop a family of "Third- Generation" fuel-borne combustion catalysts which increase fuel efficiency while reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions and health-threatening chemicals such as NOx and Diesel Particulate Matter.
Other exhibitors include FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc, Nanotechnology Industries Association, NanoKTN, Intertek MSG, Metrc, PlasmaChem, NanoGap, SafeNano (venture of Institute of Occupational Medicine), Promethean Particles, DWI RWTH Aachen University, CEMMNT, LOT-Oriel, NanoScape, The Hungarian State Printing House Plc, Chamelic and more to be announced soon.
NanoMaterials09's programme is full of the leading names in the industry. Hear from US Food and Drug Administration, Bayer MaterialScience, SONY Corporation, Keller and Heckman, NIA, NanoCentral, Fujifilm Dimatix, Wageningen UR, Mayer Brown, Bayer MaterialScience, Fraunhofer IISB, Akzo Nobel Chemicals, TNO, Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, Kodak European Research, BYK Chemie, Merck, NASA Ames Research Center, Philips Research Laboratories, 3M Espe, and many others.
Ben Eatwell, the conference producer says: "I am looking forward to hear from the leading names in nanoscience - not often seen in Europe, especially from a regulatory perspective with the FDA Nanotechnology Task Force providing insight into their current work."
Attending this event will enable you to network with other delegates from companies throughout the supply chain such as Solvay Advanced Materials, Bayer Technology Services, Clariant International, De La Rue International, Croda Suncare and Biopolymers, Eckart, Thomas Swan & Co, State Printing Co, Chamelic Ltd and others.
NanoMaterials09 is the must-attend event of the year providing an update on all recent developments in the industry and an outstanding networking platform. The complete programme is available for download from the conference's official website www.nanomaterials09.com.
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