Leading UK nano organisations lend support for NANO Live UK 2011

May 15, 2011

The Institute of Nanotechnology and NanoKTN have announced that they are lending their support to NANO Live UK 2011. NANO Live will be co-located with MM Live UK and MEMS Live UK, which focus on Micro Manufacturing and Micro Electro Mechanical Systems respectively. The events take place at the NEC, Birmingham, September 27-29 2011.

The three shows, state the organisers, are a natural fit alongside each other and will offer the prospective visitor a one-stop shop for small and ultra precision part technology.

Exhibits will cover the full spectrum of technologies from the NANO manufacturing sectors, including fabrication techniques, inspection and measurement equipment and materials alongside research groups, contract manufacturers, consultants, trade organisations and training services.

Duncan Wood, Managing Director of the Events Group at RNCG stated, “We are delighted to welcome these organisations as Industry Partners on this event. We are pleased that they see the event as significant for the UK nano landscape and we value the input, support and involvement very highly. We look forward to working with them both to make this years event a success.”

NANO Live UK will be co-located with MM Live UK, MEMS Live UK, TCT Live, Interplas, The PPMA Show and Sensor Technology and the seven shows will form the largest manufacturing gathering in the UK in 2011, comprising over 500 exhibitors and an expected attendance of in excess of 10,000 visitors.

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