Conference on Nanoparticles for European industry, Scale-up, Stabilisation, Characterisation and Toxicology" -- 2/3 May, London

March 31, 2006

Brussels, 30 Mar 2006

The Institute of Nanotechnology has organised a conference entitled, 'Nanoparticles for European industry, scale-up, stabilisation, characterisation and toxicology', to be held at in London, the UK, on 2 and 3 May.

The conference will be a platform to discuss the latest issues surrounding nanotechnology, and will include a keynote speech by Lord Bach from the UK government's Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on 'developing appropriate control of the risks posed by nanotechnologies'.

Speeches will also come from academics and representatives of industry with nanotechnology expertise.

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