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Nanopaprika 2.0 project started - 4200 nanotechnology researchers, students from 70 coutries
EU | Posted on February 3rd, 2011
Nanopaprika.eu - The International NanoScience Community started a new project from February 2011. You can cost-free share your nanotechnology news, information about your nanoproducts, nanoevents, jobs with more than 4200 researchers students from 70 countries.
The Internet Nanoscience Community (www.nanopaprika.eu) has pulled together a community with more than 4200 members, researchers, students, industrial partners from Europe, Asia, the America (more than 70 countries). 50% of the registrated nanousers coming from India. The second largest visitor's community is based in Europe (13% European Union + 2% non-EU countries). Around 10% is the representation of USA, Canada and the Middle East. Far East is represented with 7%.
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The Internet Nanoscience Community (www.nanopaprika.eu) has pulled together a community with more than 4200 members, researchers, students, industrial partners from Europe, Asia, the America (more than 70 countries).
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