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NANOMATERIALS AND BIONANOSCIENCE IN JAPAN-EUROPE COOPERATION

ACADEMIC WORKSHOP FOR SHARING IDEAS AND EXPERIENCES TOWARDS STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP BUILDING
5 July 2016, Thessaloniki, Greece


Research and innovation in advanced materials is strong in both Europe and Japan and has been defined as a focus area for cooperation by the 3rd Joint Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation between the EU and Japan in May 2015.
Nanomaterials and bionanoscience are challenging areas where Europe and Japan can work together and develop common solutions, in particular in relation to characterisation, hazard assessment, and medical
applications. This workshop, organised by the EU-funded JEUPISTE Project (Japan-EU Partnership in Innovation, Science and Technology), aims to enable networking and creation of partnerships for projects under Horizon 2020 and related programmes that can facilitate EU-Japan cooperation. This event will highlight the current state of research in Europe and Japan on nanomaterials and bionanoscience and features on-going research in this field.
This workshop will be organised as part of nanotexnology 2016 expo (http://www.nanotexnology.com/) which is held between 2 and 9 July in Thessaloniki, Greece. It includes International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (5-8 July), International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics (4-7 July), International Summer Schools "N&N, OE & Nanomedicine" (2-9 July), nanotexnology expo 2016 (4-8 July), Business Forum & Start-Up Area (5-7 July) and a Matchmaking Event (6 July).

For more information please visit:  http://www.jeupiste.eu/AW-Greece-EN

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