EC FP7 calls published - 1.8 billion euro in all areas including NMP

On 10 July, the EC has published calls for proposals worth 1.8 billion euro in all areas including Nanoscience, Nanotechnologies, Materials and New production Technologies.

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Comment by Nikolay A. Vinnikov on July 30, 2012 at 10:19pm

we too looking for some cooperation.

we can measure thermal expansion of any solid samples in wide temperature interval (2 - 300 K) with resolution ~10-9cm. also we have experience in investigation of kinetisc of sorption of gases by nanomaterials (fullerite C60 and single walled carbon nanotubes).

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Comment by Lina L. Sartinska on July 26, 2012 at 2:12pm

I work in the field of nanotechnology. I can produce boron nitride nanostructures, wires, graphene-like structures and nanotubes in optical furnace without catalysts. These powders could be used as coating for catalyst support in sensors and so on. Unfortunately quantity is very small. I am looking for opportunity to joint FP7 project.

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