- Wireless Communication-2015
- Condensed Matter Physics-2015
- Graphene may be key to leap in supercapacitor performance
- Wearable sensors created with rubber bands and graphene
- Hemp vs Graphene
- The future Belgian register for nanomaterials: what companies should know about it
- Has Intel learned from GSS predictive simulations?
- The European Summit for Clinical Nanomedicine 2014
- Boston to host Nano-Carbon Enhanced Materials (NCEM) consortium open day
- Materials Science-2014
- Graphene World Summit 2014
The EuroNanoForum events have showcased innovations from all around Europe since 2003. Western technology scouts are keen on bringing innovations outside their sphere of influence onto their maps. Eastern European high technology clusters are eager to find partners for bringing their inventions to the market. This year, in the Nanotech Europe exhibition national nano-clusters will showcase their go-to-market activities. There is an exciting exhibition programme, which will involve for example exhibitors’ pitches, an exclusive champagne reception, and much more.
What the EuroNanoForum in the country of Gubbeen cheese, leprechauns and sheep will do, is introduce you to top-notch science and product-oriented development from the new EU member states. On the 19th of June in the Next Generation Advances in Bionanotechnology -session Radek Zbořil, Director of Regional Center of Advanced Technologies and Materials, will present the recent advances in bionanotech in Czech Republic. Professor Valentinas Snitka, from the Research Center of Microsystems and Nanotechnology at Kaunas University of Technology, will talk about the Lithuanian imaging and biomimetics state-of-the art.
See the whole cavalcade of pan-European offering in R&D at EuroNanoForum 2013.