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This year's NanoMaterials conference offers unrivalled networking opportunities with the exhibition being almost sold out, delegates from more than 100 organisations already registered and 1-2-1 Networking Event taking place during 2 full days.

The most effective networking platform of this summer – NanoMaterials2010

UK | Posted on May 21st, 2010

NanoMaterials2010 will take place at the Hotel Russell, London on 8-10 June. It will kick off with 3 pre-conference workshops discussing Nanomaterial SHE, Nanotechnology and Food Packaging and Characterisation and Metrology.

These workshops will be followed by a two day conference featuring two plenary sessions and 4 afternoon applications focused tracks complemented by an exhibition, poster exhibition and 1-2-1 Networking Event.

The exhibition will feature leading manufacturers and research centres showcasing products and services that might help you to improve your operational strategy. NanoMaterials2010 premium exhibitors include Innovnano, NanoGap, Horiba and Nanofactory. Other exhibitors and sponsors are Intertek MSG, Metrc, University of Glasgow, BHR Group, Plasmachem, CAN, Hosokawa Micron, Hidden Analytical, Netzsch, SafeNano, PowderPro, Perkin Elmer, Malvern, University of Surrey, NIA and American Elements.

To arrange private meetings with exhibitors, but also other delegates, NanoMaterials2010's attendees have the opportunity to use the new networking software. The 1-2-1 Partnering tool enables all conference delegates to pre-arrange one-to-one 30 minute meetings in order to discuss potential areas of collaboration. Those that register for this service can browse profiles of other organisations and send them meeting requests.

"We aim to position the NanoMaterials event as the top platform for gathering knowledge as well as providing unparalleled networking experience. Therefore, we have introduced the networking software to enable all attendees to get the most from attending our conference," said Robert Stead, Head of Events - Europe at IntertechPira.

The event's high-profiled speaker line-up and attendance from more than 100 companies (registered as of today) guarantee an exceptional return of investment. Participating companies include Bayer Material Science, BYK-Chemie GmbH, Comdaq, Fraunhofer IPA, Fujifilm Imaging Colorants Ltd, Hewlett Packard, INSCX Exchange, Intertek MSG, Nokia Research Centre, Revision Eyewear, Sun Chemical, University College London and many others.

The complete programme and more information on the event can be found on the conference's official website www.nanomaterials2010.com.

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IntertechPira provides events, market research, publications, strategic and technical consulting to niche, emerging and high growth industries. Market coverage includes lighting and displays, clean energy, home and personal care, industrial biotechnology, performance materials and chemicals. IntertechPira is a division of Pira International.

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