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Home > Press > 3rd Nano-India Days on TINC / 2nd-6th December 2013

Abstract:
After the 1st and 2nd NANO-INDIA DAYS organized by The International NanoScience Community in 2010 and 2012 the 3rd virtual nanoevent of Nanopaprika.eu is here. Share your science and results with 6500 + 1500 nanotechnology researchers and students from more than 80 countries. Use all the tools of the Internet to introduce your laboratory, research group, company.

3rd Nano-India Days on TINC / 2nd-6th December 2013

Online | Posted on September 12th, 2013

If you are a researcher, educator, student or company owner from India, you can now inform the world about your contribution in nanotechnology field.

3rd NANO-INDIA DAYS 2013 is the best, easiest and cheapest way to find new partners, students, supervisors, customers. No travel, accommodation costs, no time outside of your research lab, university, company. Send your introduction material in .pdf format and we will share it with our community members and visitors of the site.

There is no registration fee and limitation for the materials long.

Categories:

NID1 - Academic institutes and research groups

NID2 - Nanotechnology companies

NID3 - Nanotechnology journals, education programs, others

Deadlines

Registration: 15th November 2013

Information-materials sending: 25th November 2013

The International NanoScience Community

E-mail:

More information at: http://www.nanopaprika.eu/group/nanoindiadays

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