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  The 9 Partners

On 6 December 2010, 9 Partners actives in Central Europe have been approved in their proposal to create NANOFORCE, your gateway for the success of nanotechnology in this strategic area of the European Union. Please contact directly the Professionals you want to approach for more details on NANOFORCE!

Association of Chemical Industry of the Czech Republic

Association of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industry of the Slovak Republic

BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH

Chemie-Cluster Bayern GmbH

Institute of High Pressure Physics - Polish Academy of Sciences

Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry

SC Sviluppo chimica S.p.A.

Owned by Federchimica, the Federation of the Chemical Industries in Italy, based in Milan, it supports SMEs to identify and to obtain funds for their R&D projects and it enhances the capacity building of the Public Sector in the FDI; moreover it supports VC to evaluate high tech deals, to raise funds and select Co-Investors.
For more information: Mr. Paolo Manes - Project Manager
p.manes@sviluppochimica.it
University of Nova Gorica - Laboratory for Environmental Research

Laboratory of Environmental Research (LRO) is an interdisciplinary research unit established in 1995. Is tightly connected with the study programmes at the School of Environmental Sciences. Main topics of research we are developing are:

- investigation of photochemical and microbial degradation of pollutants, the transport of pollutants in the environment,

- the development of laser-based methods, bioanalytical methods, and ecotoxicological tests for the identification and determination of toxic compounds and their effects on the environment,

- the development of new materials for their application in environmentally friendly technologies, the investigation in molecular biology and neurobiology.

For more information: Ms. Jana Laganis, jana.laganis@ung.si

Veneto Nanotech S.c.p.A.

Veneto Nanotech was created in 2003 with the objective to build international excellence in research, to foster the application of nanotechnology, and to support the development of start-ups in the focus sector. It proposes itself as a link at an institutional level and as a referee for companies and research institutions, in order to create innovative hi-tech products. The Region of Veneto is the centre of the technological cluster, with strong scientific and productive competences, along with great application potentials in its industrial environment. Moreover, Veneto boasts the highest entrepreneurship rate in Italy, and a high concentration of businesses that are mostly interested in nanotechnology. The aforementioned characteristics of the region rendered it the most attractive site to develop the nanotech cluster.
For more information: Mr. Christian Micheletti, christian.micheletti@venetonanotech.it



This project is implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF.