Greener Nano 2010: Reducing Principles to Practice

The International NanoScience Community is official media partner of Greener Nano 2010.

SNNI's 5th annual conference will feature advances in the design and production of greener nanomaterials. Presentations will range from fundamental research to industrial applications and will include keynote presentations from experts in the field followed by a series of interactive, fast-paced discussions that will engage the audience in the state of the art. This conference brings together academics, industrialists and policymakers to discuss approaches to developing economically viable, environmentally benign methods to advance nanotechnology. If you are interested in learning about nanotechnology or how to adopt strategies to develop inherently safer, greener nanomaterials, this conference is for you. We will include a half-day “Greener Nano 101” class on Wednesday, June 16th. If you are new to the field and are interested in how a greener approach to nanotechnology can provide new opportunities for innovation while improving the financial bottom line, you should plan to attend this class.

Greener Nano 2010: Reducing Principles to Practice
16-18 June 2010
Portland, Oregon

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