http://www.ivcon.net/files/download/nanotimes_09_12.pdf

Highlights 09-12:
+ Interview SENSOR PRODUCTS
+ NSTI 2009-Part III
+ Press Releases by Companies (10 pages)
ACCELRYS, ADD-VISION
BMS, CABOT
FRT, HELIOVOLT
KOPIN, LAAM SCIENCE
LUMIPHORE
MERCK, MOTOROLA
NLIGHT
NANOMETRICS
NANO-TERRA
NANOVENTURES AUSTRALIA
PSIVIDA
SILICON CLOCKS
SOLAZYME
SPIRE
+ EU-Projects
+ Reports
+ Trends
+ Events 2009/2010

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