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Dear Professors, Nobel Laureates, Ambassadors, Presidents, Congress Members, CEOs, Managers, etc
Due to the devastation of Irene hurricane in the North East of US; the FONAI-USEACANI conference scheduled for September 25-29, 2011 at Laguardia Hotel, NYC, USA will be done online. As a nanoscientific, educational and civil society organization combating poverty; FONAI USEACANI sympathizes with all that have lost their lives and properties due to the hurricane especially in the North East, USA. FONAI USEACANI will plan another on the ground conference for September 2012, details will be communicated later. To register for the online conference, please visit the website fonai.org/Conference.php for registration payment. All registrants for this online conference will not need to register again for the on the ground conference in 2012, therefore this great opportunity to register quickly. All the details for the online conference will be communicated to registrants very soon.

Change in FONAI-USEACANI conference announced

New York, NY | Posted on September 12th, 2011

Further, the 4th issue of Journal Nanotechnology Progress International (JONPI) is now out. Visit website fonai.org/Journal.html for all the details. The journal keeps to its tradition of publishing high quality articles, proceedings and report in this issue. Please circulate this within your network. Thanks for your continued support.

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