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The 4th Virtual Nanotechnology Poster Conference is here.Check the report about NANOPOSTER 2012, 2013 and join the virtual event in 2014. NANOPOSTER 2014 is the easiest and cheapest way to find new partners, students, supervisors.

NANOPOSTER 2014 - 4th Virtual Nanotechnology Poster Conference

Budapes, Hungary | Posted on January 16th, 2014

The 4th Virtual Nanotechnology Poster Conference is here.Check the report about NANOPOSTER 2012, 2013 and join the virtual event in 2014. NANOPOSTER 2014 is the easiest and cheapest way to find new partners, students, supervisors. No travel, accommodation costs, no time outside of your research lab. Use all the tools of the Internet to introduce your research, laboratory, research group. Share your nanoscience with 6800 members of The International NanoScience Community and 2700 Facebook followers. No registration fees

46 posters submitted to 2nd Virtual Nanotechnology Poster Conference were checked 2777 times; 37 posters submitted to 3rd Virtual Nanotechnology Poster Conference were checked 2539 times during the online event on the webpage of The International NanoScience Community.
Registration information - deadlines:

Send your abstract (in .doc or .docx format) until 1st April 2014 and your poster (in .pdf format) until 10th April 2014 to

Abstract template: http://www.nanopaprika.eu/group/nanoposter2014

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