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Nano Labs to Discuss Challenges and Opportunities of Natural Nanomaterials

Nano Labs Corp. is pleased to announce today Dr. Victor Castano, Chief Research and Innovation Officer, is addressing the Global Symposium on Advanced Materials for Applications in Energy, Health, Electronics and Photonics at the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique Energie, Materiaux et Telecommunications Universite du Quebec.

Dr. Castano will address the conference on the topic of Natural Nanomaterials: The Challenges and Opportunities and the commercialization of Nano Labs technologies in today's global economy.

About the INRS
The INRS (Institut national de la Recherche Scientifique) ranks first in Canada in terms of research intensity (funding per faculty member). It brings together professors, researchers, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows in its four research centres in Montreal, Quebec City, Laval, and Varennes.

For over 40 years, INRS has contributed to science and the training of highly qualified students in sectors of great strategic importance for our society: water, earth, and environment; energy, materials, and telecommunications; human, animal, and environmental health; and urbanization, culture, and society.

INRS operates with an annual budget of $115 million and receives $65 million in research grants and contracts. Conducting applied and fundamental research essential to the advancement of science in Quebec and around the world, our research teams plays a critical role in finding solutions to problems facing our society.

The INRS works with a number of major partners across Quebec and Canada. INRS is part of a network of international partners. Their four Centres take an active approach to research and work in partnership with the industry and government. INRS professors work with colleagues from over twenty university institutions in European, Asian, American, and African countries.


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