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Home > Press > New edition of “Nano Guide of Europe” gives overview of micro- and nanotechnology companies

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Applications of the key technologies nanotechnology and microsystems technology as well as advanced materials are numerous. But finding the right supplier sometimes poses problems. IVAM Research has now published the second edition of the "Nano Guide of Europe", a database which gives users an overview of what Europe's suppliers have to offer.

New edition of “Nano Guide of Europe” gives overview of micro- and nanotechnology companies

Dortmund, Germany | Posted on July 3rd, 2009

The "Nano Guide of Europe" includes more than 3,000 suppliers of microtechnology, nanotechnology and advanced materials on a memory stick. Buyers looking for products and solutions in Europe will find them much easier and faster, as they do not have to research in different directories or on the Internet. Suppliers, but also potential customers or project partners can be identified and contacted with just a few clicks.

When an order is placed, the database will be compiled from the IVAM Research database, which is being extended and updated daily. This procedure guarantees that the purchased data is customized and up-to-date.

Due to a large interest in Asia, IVAM will present the comprehensive database to experts in Japan and Korea during the Exhibition Micromachine/MEMS from July 29 to 31 in Tokyo and at the Nano Korea & Microtech World from August 26 to 28 in Seoul.

The full database with more than 3,000 entries is for sale for 2,998 Euros incl. taxes and can be ordered through www.ivam-research.de/en/index.php?content=studien_details&id=11. A free test version can be downloaded there, too.

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About IVAM
As an 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. 278 member companies and institutes from 19 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.

With our technical internet sites www.ivam.de and www.neuematerialien.de (German only at the moment), we see ourselves as a communicative bridge between suppliers and users of high-tech products and services in need of explanation in the fields of microtechnology, nanotechnology and advanced materials.

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Contacts:
Iris Lehmann
Emil-Figge-Str. 76
44227 Dortmund
Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 2 31 / 97 42-149
Fax: +49 (0) 2 31 / 97 42-150

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