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Join the 2nd NanoFabNet Development Workshop

The 2nd NanoFabNet Development Workshop has been confirmed to take place on the 20th-21st January 2021 and, this time, will be held online.

Offering nanotechnology stakeholders the opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities currently facing the sector, as well as the chance to connect to other professionals and researchers to build the nano community, this exciting event will focus this time around on ethics, sustainability, infrastructure and skills.

The event programme is currently being developed and further information will be released over the coming weeks, however, the event is being designed to bring the sector together and help drive forward a sustainable nano future.

Make sure your save your place by pre-register your interest in attending here.

We will then contact you with further information about the event as it develops.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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