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University of Bath attends the EuroNanoForum conference 2013

The University of Bath attended the sixth and largest ever EuroNanoForum conference, held at the Convention Centre in Dublin from 18–20 June.

A record-breaking 1,500 delegates from 50 countries attended the conference, which focused on the impact nanotechnology has in problem solving across key societal sectors such as health, energy and environment. The conference had over 100 high profile international speakers form industry, government and research and is the highlight of Nanoweek which ran from 14-21 June 2013.

Nanotechnology and nano-materials are used in everything from everyday to lifesaving applications and have made significant inroads to a vast range of applications in medicine, electronics, biomaterials, transportation, construction, consumer goods and energy production.

The University of Bath ran an exhibition stand to promote the University’s research and make new contacts for potential future collaborations with industry or other research institutions.

We have produced five new informative flyers on the current research at Bath on Nano Biotechnology, Nano Environment and Water, Nano Healthcare Technology, Nano Sustainable Energy and Nanomaterials which are available for you to view: www.bath.ac.uk/research/about/research-expertise/index.html