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Institute of Nanotechnology as Official Charity Partner of Largest International Nanotechnology Conference

The Institute of Nanotechnology (IoN) will be the official charity partner of the largest international nanotechnology conference to take place in the UK.

Nano London 2014 will take place from 17th-19th June 2014 at Olympia in London, and brings together industry leaders, academics, manufacturers, suppliers and investors in the fast growing field of nanotechnology.

The IoN is a registered charity which supports education and training within the nanotechnology community and provides industry and governments with intelligence on nanotechnology and its applications. The Institute has a global network of members and is highly active in European research programmes such as FP7.

Dr Mark Morrison, Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are delighted to confirm our status as the Official Charity Partner of Nano London 2014. This event will provide a much needed platform for UK and International companies to learn more about the latest trends and thinking in nanotechnology as well as providing access to potential funding opportunities."

The IoN will be exhibiting at the event, and as invited speakers, will also be using this unique platform to engage with delegates at the conferences.

Dawn Kime, Event Director said: “I’m delighted that the IoN have accepted our invitation to be the official Charity Partner for Nano London 2014, which is already recognised as a leading event in the nanotechnology industry calendar.”

Nano London 2014 is expected to attract over 3000 visitors and will offer a combination of exhibitor space, a world class international conference, a funding forum and networking opportunities.

Those wishing to register their interest in attending the conference can register on line at or email [email protected].  For exhibitor enquires please call + 44 (0) 1442 870290 or email [email protected].

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. 

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