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Nano London 2014 Secures Funding, Attracts Partners

Nano London 2014, a conference and exhibition for the international nanotechnology industry, is heading confidently towards next year’s event after securing further investment and adding to its list of key industry partnerships.

The conference will assemble the leading thinkers and players in the nanotechnology field, and serve as a platform for education, communication, collaboration and innovation. The event will be held on the 17th-19th June 2014, and will feature keynote addresses from top speakers, debates on the latest issues, and learning workshops focussed on the opportunities and challenges facing this rapidly-advancing industry.

Nano London has already entered into partnerships with key industry associations and institutes as well as various key trade publications across the world, and continues to draw interest throughout the sector.

Event Director Dawn Kime said: “We are delighted to have secured additional funding for Nano London 2014, this is an indication of the high levels of confidence in the event’s success. Our programme is attracting headline speakers and companies from across the industry, and our list of partners is growing every week. We have had high numbers of enquiries from organisations wishing to attend, as well as registrations from sector professionals who are looking forward to joining us at the conference.”

About Nano London 2014

Nano London 2014 is a unique international forum designed to bring together the global nanotechnology industry, to be held at the London Olympia on the 17th-19th of June 2014.

The event aims to connect the providers, developers, financiers and enablers of nanotechnology with their potential clients: the companies and organisations who wish to develop and bring to market the numerous nanomaterial-related applications which could transform our world. For more information, visit or email [email protected]

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