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BIT's 2nd Annual World Congress of Nano Sciences & Technologies 2012

26 Oct 2012 - 28 Oct 2012 - Qingdao, China



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The 2nd Annual World Congress of Nano-S&T is hosted by Information Research Center of International Talent, China Medicinal Biotech Association and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Dalian Sub-council, and it is operated by BIT World Congress (Dalian) Inc., the Foreign Experts Databank of SAFEA-Dalian Biotechnological and Medical Experts Subdivision.

By programmed with 12 streamlines, this conference is aimed to be a dedicated event for nanoscience and nanotechnology professionals. The program highlights some recent breakthrough stories and successes in this particular field. Over the conference period, you will have opportunities to share information and the best practices on from current research to commercial implementation of new technologies. At the same time, we would explore further communication and collaboration through social activities during the conference.

We cordially welcome you to our "family" gathering and look forward to seeing you in Qingdao China.

For more information please visit our official website: http://www.bitconferences.com/Nano2012/



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