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Home > Press > CKMNT to launch 1st edition of Indian Nanotechnology Directory

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The Centre for Knowledge Management of Nanoscience & Technology (CKMNT) to launch 1st edition of directory on Indian Nanotechnology-2013 at the 6th Bangalore Nano, 2013 on December 5, 2013.

CKMNT to launch 1st edition of Indian Nanotechnology Directory

Bangalore, India | Posted on November 30th, 2013

One of the mandates of CKMNT includes generation of reliable thematic databases relevant to the field of nanoscience and technology. In this context, there has been a particularly growing demand from various nanotechnology stakeholders for a comprehensive listing of nanotechnology Institutions and Companies in India. To address this need, CKMNT has taken the initiative to collect and compile a well-researched database of nanotechnology in India in the form of a first-of-its-kind Directory listing Institutions and Companies in India that are active in the area of nanoscience & technology.

This very first edition of the Directory lists about 280 Institutions funded by Government and 300 companies from private, public and Government sectors, but this number is likely to grow significantly, given how dynamic the growth of nanoscience and technology has been.

For more details, please contact us at :
Mr. H. Purushotham
Team Leader
Centre for Knowledge Management of Nanoscience & Technology
12-5-32/8, Vijayapuri Colony,
Tarnaka, Secunderabad-500 017, A.P India
Telephone: +91-40-27007032, 27000251
Fax: +91-40-27007031
Email:

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Vivek Patel
Phone: +91-40-27007032
Fax: +91-40-27007031

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