The Institute of Nanotechnology is proud to announce two upcoming Nanotechnology Meetings – sign up now to
guarantee your participation!

1) Thursday September 23rd 2010 – webinar on "Nanotechnology and REACH Readiness"

2) 6th October 2010, University of Surrey, UK - "Energy Generation and Supply"

Programme information and registration details below


1) Thursday September 23rd 2010: 15:00 BST - "Nanotechnology and REACH Readiness"


2:45 – 3:00 Set-up, sound check, system check and download of materials

3:00 Webinar Start

The webinar will:

  • give an insight into the current policies related to the registration of dossiers for nanomaterials;
  • discuss references, guidance documents, and nanomaterial characterization;
  • provide an opportunity for the discussion of REACH impacting the supply chain and international trade.

This webinar is free for both members and non-members.

Register now for this practical guide to becoming REACH Ready.

What is REACH?

REACH is a new European Community Regulation on chemicals and their safe use and deals with the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemical substances.

For further information about any of the webinars or to express an interest in attending please contact

2) NanoMicroClub Networking Event: "Energy Generation and Supply"

6th October 2010, University of Surrey, UK

"Energy Generation and Supply"

Organised by: The Institute of Nanotechnology and the University of Surrey Nanotechnology and Photonics Platform

The energy market encompasses a vast range of economic activity, from the extraction of fossil fuels, to the generation of energy, its distribution, and consumption.

The event will discuss:

  • The potential impact of Nanotechnology at all stages of the energy value chain
  • The development of advanced materials for improved oil drilling, innovations in thin film solar technologies, and new batteries that have increased power densities and
  • The development of new energy technologies driven by policies that reduce CO2 generation

Our NanoMicroClub meeting on the 6th of October will highlight nanotechnology applications for Energy Generation and Supply.

Current confirmed Speakers include:

  • Prof Ravi Silva, Director of the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) and the Nano-Electronics Centre (NEC) at University
    of Surrey

  • Tiju Joseph, Knowledge Exchange Platform Director, Nanotechnology and Photonics, Surrey University

  • Dr Mark Graves, Managing Director - 1851 Technology Group

  • "Nanoparticle anti-reflection films - applications to solar cells"
    Gareth Wakefield, Technical Director - Oxford Energy

  • "Nanoporous Materials - a major advance for Supercapacitors"
    Bill Campbell, Chief Executive Officer - Nanotecture Ltd

  • Mike Attfield, Business Director - Energenics Europe Ltd (TBC)

  • "Future and Emerging Opportunities in Energy"
    Dr Jeff Hardy, Future and Emerging Opportunities Manager, Energy Generation and Supply KTN

Please RSVP to confirm your attendance at this workshop by returning a registration form to Carrie Smith at, fax: 01786
447530 or telephone: 01786 458 028

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Comment by GUNERI AKOVALI on September 20, 2010 at 8:53am
I want tp register for for the first seminar and I already have sent a note.
I am sure both are very timely and important.

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