Nano Environment Conference 2007
- �Nanotechnology - Products and Processes
for Environmental Benefit�
16 - 17 May 2007, The Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London
Register now - Early Bird rate ends 4th April!
Updated programme now available.
STOP PRESS: Professor Sir Howard Dalton, Chief Scientific Adviser to Defra, will speak on Day 2 on �Environmentally Beneficial Nanotechnologies: Barriers and Opportunities�, presenting the results of a recent Defra study into the potential environmental benefits of nanotechnologies.
Conference Presentations include:
Prof Dr Michael Veith, CEO, INH GmbH, Saarbr�cken
Nanotechnology and Environmentally-Friendly Paints, Sealants and Corrosion Protection
Dr John de Mello, Imperial College and Molecular Vision Ltd
Fighting Climate Change through Plastic Electronics
Christopher Bunting, General Secretary, IRGC
Nanotechnology - Controlling the Risks, Reaping the Benefits
Prof Peter Dobson, University of Oxford
Reducing our Carbon Footprint: Can Nanotechnology provide Solutions?
Sandy Black, LCF -
Nanotechnology - More Fashion, Less Waste
This event will examine these and other technologies that offer real environmental benefit, and will also review the findings of the recently published STOA report on the Role of Nanotechnology in Chemical Substitution.
Call for Posters:
We are currently seeking posters from scientists, research assistants and PhD students. Posterboard hire is �100, �50 for conference attendees.
To apply, simply send a short abstract (no more than 200 words) to Carrie Smith, carrie.smith@..., or call to discuss further on +44(0)1786 447520.
For enquiries, contact Carrie.Smith@...
Tel: 01786 447520; Fax: 01786 447530
State Key Laboratory of Bioelectronics
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Southeast University, Nanjing 210096, China
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