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A new website, www.NanoConferences.com, has been launched with the goal of highlighting all nanotechnology related events worldwide. This is believed to be the only website exclusively devoted to meetings in the rapidly emerging field of nanotechnology, and seeking to capture current, global, cross-industry conference information.

NanoConferences.com Announces Launch of New Website Exclusively Devoted to Nanotechnology-Related Events

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ | Posted on July 8th, 2008

At www.NanoConferences.com, site visitors can conveniently search the online event calendar by date, location, or keyword. Conference organizers can easily add new event listings directly to the NanoConferences.com calendar. Adding an event to the calendar is free.

Said the NanoConferences.com Editor, "Our goal is to become the leading clearinghouse of information on nanotechnology conferences worldwide. We provide current and comprehensive information in an appealing format about where and when these events are happening, as well as the content focus. We invite anyone interested in this exciting field to visit our site, and to contribute nano-related event information whether it be for business/commercial conferences, academic seminars, group/association meetings, or educational workshops."

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Contacts:
Barbara Cromarty
Editor, NanoConferences.com
P.O. Box 1314
Mountainside, NJ 07092-0314

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