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The International NanoScience Community - www.nanopaprika.eu, scientific social network of 5600+ nanotechnology researchers, students, industrial partners and users present the first SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY thematic week from 20th to 25th May 2012.

Scanning probe microscopy thematic week

Budapes, Hungary | Posted on May 5th, 2012

Blogs, news services, forum topics, thematic groups will be focusing on SPMs during this six days.

We invite SPM producers and ditributors to present they products to our members and visitors, coming from more than 80 countries http://www.nanopaprika.eu/profiles/members/

Participating fee include:
- 320x90 pixel banner on main page and all subpages of www.nanopaprika.eu for 1 year

- 5 blogpost about products of the company (based on the materials send by the company) between 20-25th May 2012

- 1 introducing direct mail for 5550 members (text or simple html, maximum 8000 characters)

- 320x90 pixel banner and short info text placing on events page www.nanopaprika.eu/spm /will be live between 20-25th May 2012/


Deadline for application: 8th May 2012 -

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