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The International NanoScience Community looking for the best nanotechnology portal, blog, academic and company webpage, Twitter and Facebook page. 5300 members from 80 countries will vote about the NANOPAPRIKA AWARD 2012.

The best Nanotechnology webpage on the Internet - NANOPAPRIKA AWARD 2012

Budapes, Hungary | Posted on January 27th, 2012

Nominate your favorite webpage for "NANOPAPRIKA AWARD 2012 - The best Nanotechnology webpage on the Internet".

Categories:

1) Nanotechnology-portals

2) Nanotechnology-blogs

3) Academic webpages

4) Company webpages

5) Nano-Twitter-page

6) Nanotech-Facebook page or group

End of the nomination: 15th of February 2012

Voting period for The International NanoScience Community members: from 1st to 15th of March 2012

Results published: 18th March 2012

More information and nomination at www.nanopaprika.eu/profiles/blogs/award2012

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About The International NanoScience Community
The Internet Nanoscience Community has pulled together a community with more than 5300 members, researchers, students, industrial partners from Europe, India, the USA, and 80 other countries. TINC is open to everyone from post-doctorial researchers and professors to students everywhere. "There is only one important assumption: you have to be interested in nano!" The virtual nano community is fully equipped with all the functions one expects from a modern online networking site: personal chat, a scientific forum, more than 90 thematic groups, including microscopy, nanomedicine, and even a discussion forum on safety and toxicity. TINC is also a media partner for more than 25 nano conferences on different topics in 2011 and 2012.

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