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Our member will speach in plenary session of ‘Functional Nanomaterials in Industrial Applications’(UK)

International Symposium, ‘Functional Nanomaterials in Industrial Applications’

In support of Hosokawa Micron’s global pioneering work in the field of nanotechnology, Hosokawa Micron Ltd has agreed a three year partnership and sponsorship of the International Symposium on Functional Nanomaterials in Industrial Applications organised by University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), Preston, UK. The symposium will take place at UCLan, Preston on 29th – 31st March 2016.

Bringing together researchers from both academic and industrial organisations on a single platform, organisers believe that after 25 years of research in nanotechnology, the time is right for academic researchers to discuss with industrial organizations an exploitation plan and future strategy for the ultimate goal i.e. benefit for society.

The symposium aims to discuss three major thematic areas; (i) Nano-energy/environmental for a better society; (ii) Nano-medicine for health and diagnostics and (iii) Nano-catalysis for green technology.

Eight keynote speakers who have made outstanding contributions to their field and four eminent and enthusiastic plenary speakers from Europe, USA and India, including Iain Crosley, MD, Hosokawa Micron Ltd will deliver presentations to an international audience. The submission of over 129 abstract presentations, from every continent, means delegates will find the broadest representation on each of the three symposium themes.

 ‘After our many years of research and pioneering advancement in the developments of our technologies to create new functional nanopowders and a diverse application menu, Hosokawa Micron welcomes this opportunity to share ideas for a future, concerted and globally beneficial nanomaterials strategy.’ Iain Crosley, MD, Hosokawa Micron Ltd.

The above plenary session will be held on 30th March 2016.

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