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The organizers of ImagineNano are pleased to announce France as the Invited Country at this year's edition. Forty French invited speakers among 7 conferences and a pavilion featuring the nanoscience & nanotechnology sector in this country are some of the activities planned. ImagineNano 2013, International event on nanoscience and nanotechnology, will be organized between the 23rd to the 26th of April 2013 in Bilbao (Spain).
Within the French Pavilion, governmental institutions, private companies and Laboratories of Excellence (LABEX) will be represented, among others. Several activities are being planned in order to strengthen and enhance new collaborations between France and other countries. France participation is a strategic decision planned to maximize business exposure, networking with key customers, prospects, attendees and other industry partners and will help strengthen the profile of the country as whole. The French participation will allow and encourage the development of the nanotechnology sector.
As of today, around 100 exhibitors confirmed their participation at ImagineNano 2013, among them 25 companies/institutions within the French Pavilion. ImagineNano is expected to gather the global nanotechnology community, including researchers, industry policymakers and investors. The exhibition will bring together companies/institutions from different areas: nanotechnology tools, materials, nanofabrication technology, nanomedicine, metrology, microtechnology, biotechnology, among others.
Further details about the planned activities, full list of companies/institutions will be publically announced soon on the event website: www.imaginenano.com.
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