International conference on nanomaterials, Germany

May 17, 2004

Brussels, 14 May 2004

An international conference on nanostructured materials will take place in Wiesbaden, Germany, from 20 to 24 June

The aim of the conference is to provide a meeting place for scientists to discuss what is happening at global level in the field of nanomaterials, as well as to present novel breakthrough results with a potential for future basic research and technological applications.

Emphasis will be placed on initiating cooperation between the different disciplines of science. Linking science, potential applications and technical demand will also be promoted.

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