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  • Thanks, George, for kinds words about my expeditions photos.
  • Hi George,
    Thanks for you mail. We will be delighted to work with you. takes care of sales. Please contact him for sales enquirery and if you are interested in working as a distributor,
    Kurt Stokbro
  • Hi George,
    How are you doing? How is your research going?
    Everyone has a dream..and hope to make it true one day :)
  • Hello George,
    Thanks for your kind reply. Our products are of high quality. We have >99% purity level in our materials since we use Arc Discharge method to produce CNT's and that too without using any catalyst.

    Please let me know what is the scope of nanoproducts in Nigeria? How the advancements going on there and what are the possible markets there?

    Best Regards,
  • Welcome to our community!
  • Hello George,
    Nice to met you here and thanks for nice words :-)
    Actually, I'm an Invited Professor and working in Hiroshima U at Dpet of Genetic epidemiology until april -09...So, if you are going to visit Hiroshima until this, I still am here. Hiroshima is a nice small (comapratively with Tokyo or Osaka) city with very traditional Japanese life style. I liked it much because here found a good working space and friendly people and I living just 5 minutes from my University Dept. We study together Affymetrix SNPs genome-scan data in pedigrees with aggregation of neurological and neuropsychiatry diseases ascertained in remote highland isolates...
    Best wishes
  • hi,
    How do you do
    nice to meet you
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