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October 1st, 2009

Industry association ANBF closes its doors

Abstract:
A unanimous vote by the Australian Nano Business Forum (ANBF) members yesterday saw the organisation declare its closure as of the close of business 30 September 2009.

The ANBF, established to further the interests of private sector companies in the business of nanotechnology in Australia, ceases operations four years after its inception.

All residual funds are to be given to the Australian Research Council Nanotechnology Network for use and support of the industry at International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2010.

Source:
thirdsectormagazine.com.au

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