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Home > Press > 2nd Scanning Probe Microscopy thematic week

Abstract:
The International NanoScience Community - www.nanopaprika.eu, scientific social network of 6200+ nanotechnology researchers, students, industrial partners and users from more than 80 countries
present the:
2nd SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY thematic week
from 21st to 26th May 2013.

2nd Scanning Probe Microscopy thematic week

Budapest, Hungary | Posted on April 16th, 2013

We invite SPM producers and distributors to present they products to our members and visitors.


SPM 2013 package 590 USD which include:


•company logo and short info text on thematic weeks sub-page
•one introducing direct mail for 6200+ members (simple html, max. 8000 characters)
•320x90 pixel banner on main page and all subpages of www.nanopaprika.eu for 1 year
•2 blogpost about products of the company (based on the materials send by the company) between 21-26th May 2013

Deadline for application: 26th April 2013

Deadline for materials sending (banners, blogpost, infomail, short text): 15th May 2013

If you have interest, please contact us soon at places are limited.

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Andras Paszternak

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