nanofutures work in progress in the key node groups - please check and give feedback - thanks!

Dear all,

nanofutures community and particular the key node groups are working on topcis which will
have the most critical influence for the future development of industrialised nanotechnologies.
Please check the key node presentation http://www.nanofutures.info/sites/default/files/Nanofutures%20-summ... and give us your feedback. Please answer:

Are there missing elements
if yes, which  ?

What do you think about the role of education for the future
-additional special need for nano programs ?

Networking and communication are essential, what is your
opinion
-are the European stake and share holders are well linked international, if not, what is missing ?
-is there a common understanding or many differences between regions
what are the actions to overcome ?

and of course your free brainstorming results are welcome very much too!

 

Your nanofutures team

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