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Australian Nanotechnology Alliance Nanovate: Nanotechnology Industry News and Views

Issue #4 - November 2007

Welcome to the November edition of NanoVate, the newsletter of the Australian Nanotechnology Alliance.

In this edition we showcase the first in a series of case-studies highlighting research and collaboration in nanotechnology. If you would like your research or collaboration highlighted, contacted the ANA on info@nanotechnology.org.au and let's work together to get the process happening.

Around November we seriously start thinking of the international conferences we should attend in the new year to keep us abreast of nano players and advances. Some of the major conferences are noted on the right, and if interested in joining the ANA in attending contact us on info@nanotechnology.org.au.

Many of you know November is Mo-vember. ANA member Colin Redmond (Poolrite Research) has joined the cause which raises money for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia and beyondblue - the national depression initiative. If interested in sponsoring Colin or learning more visit www.movember.com/au/home. Colin's registration is 118369 with donations over $2 tax deductible.

Carla Gerbo
ANA Interim CEO

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Call for articles
News, views and articles are welcome. Please submit material for inclusion in NanoVate to info@nanotechnology.org.au

In This Issue

Australian Nanotechnology Alliance - Case Studies

Interested in having a case study on the ANA's website? Contact info@nanotechnology.org.au

New Podcasts
  • Professor Rob Lamb - Interview with the Science Director of the Australian Synchrotron
  • Vicki Tutungi - Head CSIRO Flagship in Niche Manufacturing presents to the ANA's Melbourne event on Sept 6 2007

Events Conferences/Exhibitions
New Grants announced
Science Initiatives

Become a part of the Science in Schools programme aimed at promoting science education in primary and secondary schools, and help to engage and motivate students in the learning of science. For more information, visit http://www.scientistsinschools.edu.au/.

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