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Last Minute Registrations for Composites Europe 2005

23 September 2005

Attendees planning to register for Composites Europe 2005 are asked to confirm their registration and accommodation bookings as soon as possible.

The Composites Europe 2005 conference, being held on 6-7 October 2005, at the Catalonia Barcelona Plaza Hotel in Barcelona is attracting attention from industry organisations across the globe interested in the commercialisation of composites research.

With the event only a few weeks away, accommodation in the local Hotels will become increasingly difficult to find, so bookings do need to be made as soon as possible.

The Composites Europe 2005 conference is unique in drawing together academia, researchers, industry and support organisations in an unparalleled forum for composites technology transfer, and it breaks new ground by presenting the best quality research and technical innovations alongside detailed case studies for exploiting commercial opportunities. Highlights include keynote talks on the latest composites developments, competitiveness and the take-up of composites within Boeing.

The full programme, together with details on registration and accommodation for this exciting new event, are now available on the conference website, below, or by contacting the conference organiser, Dr Sue Halliwell at NetComposites on the email address below.





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