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nano tech 2013 Exhibitor Profiles

nano tech 2013 takes place January 30 – February 1, 2013 at the Tokyo Big Sight in Tokyo, Japan.

Business Wire is the official newswire for the nano tech 2013. Breaking news releases, exhibitor press kits are available at Tradeshownews.com, Business Wire's trade show, conference, and event news resource.

Listed below are the nano tech 2013 exhibitor profiles.

 
 
Company: National Nanotechnologu Center (NANOTEC)
Booth: 6P-26
Web: http://www.nanotec.or.th

The National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC) is the leading agency on nanotechnology development in Thailand. Established on 13 August 2003, NANOTEC is one of four research agency operating under the jurisdiction of the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) and the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST).
NANOTEC has the dual role of serving as a national R&D center and a funding agency to support research activities in universities and public institutions. It has established strong links with leading universities in Thailand in the form of Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology (COENs) which consist of more than 400 nanotechnology researchers, as well as with leading nanotechnology centres overseas. On August 29, 2012 NANOTEC and 8 universities signed the Center of Excellence (CoE) Agreement a 5 years counterpart funding approach between NANOTEC and the 8 universities.

 
 
Company: New Metals & Chemicals Corporation
Booth: 4M-02
Web: http://www.newmetals.co.jp/english.html
We are experts of nano-tech materials and measuring equipment. Spotlighted are various kinds of Graphene. Also exhibited are Nano Wires, Nano Diamonds (complete dispersion of single particles), Carbon Nanotubes, Nano Porous Carbon, metallic/alloy/oxides/carbide/nitride/boride nano powders, etc. In addition, particle size analyzers for nano region and Nano Mill/TEM Mill for TEM observation are also there.
 
 
Company: Techscience Ltd.
Booth: 5M-27
Web: http://www.techsc.co.jp/
Techscience provide Advanced Surface evaluation & Analysis instruments.
- New product: Compact NaioAFM, NaioSTM,FlexAFM
- Micro force sensor & Nano manipulation
- Nano materials: quantum dot, Nanotube, Nanowire, Nano particles
- presentation at Seminar to introduce Nano manipulation AFM
 
 

About nano tech 2013

nano tech International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference is the world's largest nanotechnology fair and an essential event for state-of the-art manufacturing.

With the main topic "Life & Green Nanotechnology – 10-9 INNOVATION" set in 2012, nano tech 2013 will continue to promote the world's leading technologies for Green and Life Science applications. In addition to materials, products and technologies at the nano-level which contribute to solving environmental problems, nano tech will focus on life science solutions, as in the medical field, in cosmetics or in food applications.

nano tech 2013 - The12th International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference will be collocated with 11 other exhibitions, such as InterAqua, ASTEC, and the new Neo Ceramics. The 12 concurrent exhibitions will share the "ICS Business Matching System" a new innovative on-line system supporting all the participants of the 12 exhibitions to create synergies across market borders and accelerate open innovation.

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