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An invitation to a unique series of three free online workshops:
'Nanotechnology for Water Purification'
12.45pm - 15.15pm, Wednesday 2nd, Tuesday 8th and Tuesday 15th December 2009
The ICPC-NanoNet project stimulates global networking in nanoscience and nanotechnology. This online workshop on "Nanotechnology for Water Purification" aims to bring together experts in this field who are interested in cooperating with their peers in Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America and other parts of the world. Such cooperation may benefit from EU funding opportunities under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technology Development FP7. The workshop highlights the scientific and technical state of the art as well as relevant calls for proposals.
Workshop participants must be registered members of ICPC-Nanonet.
Numbers are limited to the first 25 registrations for each session.
Further information incl. programme and speakers: www.icpc-nanonet.org/content/category/11/43/100/
About ICPC NanoNet Project
ICPCNanoNet is a 4-year project, funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme, which aims to provide wider access to published nanoscience and nanotechnology research and opportunities for collaboration between organisations and scientists in the EU and International Cooperation Partner Countries (ICPC).
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