Nanotechnology - Products and Processes for Environmental Benefit
‘Nanotechnology - Products and Processes
for Environmental Benefit’

16 - 17 May 2007, The Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London


Business - Learn about those new technologies that can dramatically improve your company's environmental performance while enhancing profitability.
Investors - Hear about the new nanotechnologies offering investment opportunities - with real potential!


Professor Sir Howard Dalton, Chief Scientific Adviser to Defra, will speak on Day 2 on ‘Environmentally Beneficial Nanotechnologies: Barriers and Opportunities’, presenting the results of a recent Defra study into the potential environmental benefits of nanotechnologies.

Conference presentations include:
  • Dr Barry Murrer, Johnson Matthey
    Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells - State of the art and technology challenges
  • Dr Ulrich Fiedeler, ITAS, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe
    The Role of Nanotechnology in Chemical Substitution
  • Prof Dr Michael Veith, CEO, INH GmbH, Saarbrücken
    Nanotechnology with Respect to Protecting Surfaces
  • Dr John de Mello, Imperial College and Molecular Vision Ltd
    Fighting Climate Change through Plastic Electronics
  • Christopher Bunting, General Secretary, IRGC
    Nanotechnology - Controlling the Risks, Reaping the Benefits
  • Prof Peter Dobson, University of Oxford
    Reducing our Carbon Footprint: Can Nanotechnology provide Solutions?
  • Sandy Black, LCF -
    Nanotechnology - More Fashion, Less Waste

 

 

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For enquiries, contact Carrie.Smith@nano.org.uk
Tel: 01786 447520;  Fax: 01786 447530

Organisers:
Supporting Organisations:
Institute of Nanotechnology
defra      ENTA      Leibniz Institut fuer Neue Materialien