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Industrial Nanocomposites Conference: Programme Unveiled

29 August 2017

Industrial Nanocomposites Conference: Programme Unveiled

The programme for the 2nd Industrial Nanocomposites Conference taking place 10-11 October in Stuttgart, Germany, is now available.

The conference, attracting both speakers and attendees from across the globe, will explore the current and future uses of nanocomposites in a variety of applications, defining the challenges being faced in mass production, use and future innovations. The event looks set to provide a good opportunity for networking, education and discussion.

Presentations include updates on the latest research and development, commercialisation and close-to-market nanocomposites and manufacturing requirements and capabilities.

Early bird registration is open until 31 August meaning the cost of attending the two-day conference is just £425, with a student rate of £325. Members of IOM3 will also benefit as this event is CPD approved.

Attendees are also invited to register for the conference dinner on the 10 October. Places are limited so book now via the website to avoid disappointment.


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