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The Second ICPC Nanonet Annual Workshop takes place on 14th and 15th June in Beijing, China, prior to the famous Dragon Boat Festival. The workshop will showcase Regional N&N initiatives and developments, with a special focus on East Asian engagement from the perspective of building mutually beneficial collaborations with the EU. Speakers from other ICPC regions will also present news of novel developments and address current themes.

ICPC Nanonet Workshop 2010 Beijing – Register for the live webcast!

Portugal | Posted on June 7th, 2010

The full programme can be accessed at: www.icpc-nanonet.org/content/view/121/123/

Are you unable to travel to the event? Follow the proceedings online and be part of discussions in real-time through a free live webcast. In addition, this year the second day of the workshop will be webcasting an expert discussion group, giving you the opportunity to engage in a question and answer session with a specialist panel on the EC Code of Conduct for Responsible Nanotechnology, scheduled to take place at 13.55pm local time (6.55am GMT).

Pre-registration is required to participate in the free webcast of the workshop and discussion group and/or to receive the free DVD after the event: www.icpc-nanonet.org/2ndWorkshopWebcast/indexWebCast_reg.html

For information contact the project coordinator: Lesley Tobin or the local organizer, Dr Chi Zhang

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