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Applied Nanotech’s Key Advancements to be Featured at International Events

Published on October 12, 2010 at 7:08 AM

Applied Nanotech Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:APNT) announced that it will showcase some of its key nanotechnology advancements in metallic inks and pastes, carbon nanotube enhanced epoxy composites, thermal management materials (CarbAl™) and sensors at prestigious exhibitions and international events in USA, Europe and Israel.

On October 12-13, 2010 ANI will present two posters entitled "Superior thermal properties of carbon-aluminum nanocomposite (CarbAl™)", a technology for which it received a R&D100 Award in 2009, and "Enhanced CNT nanocomposite materials with high manufacturability" at Buckyball Discovery Conference taking place at Rice University, Houston, Texas. At the same event Dr. Richard Fink, ANI VP Engineering, will give an oral presentation entitled "Printable metallic inks for solar cell applications" including aluminum and nickel inks and copper inks (R&D100 Award 2010).

On October 19-21, 2010 ANI will exhibit at the esteemed Materialica 2010 in Munich, Germany, Europe's top event for material-driven product innovations. The trade fair focuses on the important sectors of engineering and materials such as composites, lightweight metals and functional nanomaterials.

On November 8-9, 2010 ANI will present a poster entitled "Enhanced CNT nanocomposite materials with high-throughput manufacturability" at the Second International Nanotechnology Conference and Exhibition, NanoIsrael 2010 that will take place in Tel Aviv, Israel. Dr. Zvi Yaniv, ANI President and CEO, will also give an oral presentation of the recent technical and scientific achievements at ANI in conjunction with ANI's new strategic transformation from a leading R&D nanotechnology company to a leading nanotechnology commercialization enterprise. ANI will also exhibit its technologies and proofs of concept at the same conference.

Source: http://www.appliednanotech.net/

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