Join the 4th ICPC Nanonet Workshop, Goa, India, 2nd - 4th April

The ICPC Nanonet Project invites you to take part in the 4th ICPC Nanonet Annual Workshop to be held at the exotic Zuri White Sands Resort in Goa, India.

Monday 2nd – Wednesday 4th April 2012

Take part online via the free live webcast: register at

Order your free limited edition DVD of all the presentations and posters


Organised by Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore (, this workshop focuses on Nanotechnology for Water, Energy and the Environment and brings together delegates from across the globe.

With unique presentations from experts in their field, the workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Discuss your views with distinguished guest speakers
  • Discuss potential collaborations with researchers and organisations in similar fields
  • Disseminate posters, brochures, and other material on ongoing nano-activities
  • Join delegates from the ICPC NanoNet partnership
  • Engage in networking and knowledge transfer sessions

For those who cannot attend in person, the workshop will be webcast live to a large number of online participants across the globe. By taking part, you will be able to find out about the latest developments in these fields from regional experts as well as gain in depth insight into highly innovative nano research projects and current ethical issues. You will also be able to engage with speakers and network with other online participants.

Registration and participation are free. If global time differences make it difficult for you to participate online, register now for one of our limited edition DVDs, which will have all the presentations and posters for you to browse through. DVDs are free on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Register here for the live webcast and/or free DVD:

For more information, email (Institute of Nanotechnology, UK,)


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