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Take the risk and cost out of prototyping

28-06-2011
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NSW Trade and Investment will sponsor a networking breakfast in Sydney next month to promote Australian medical, automotive, defence and electronics industries.

Hosted by ARC Centre for Excellence for Electromaterials Science, industry representatives are invited to network with industry peers to find out how to increase your ability to innovate rapidly and to become more competitive.

The breakfast will feature experts in the field of nanomaterials including World authority Professor Gordon Wallace, Director of the ARC Centre for Excellence for Electromaterials Science and Dr Stephen Beirne.

Speakers will introduce guests to a range of the latest commercial tools and equipment available for integrated nano-fabrication at the Australian Institute for Innovative Materials Processing & Devices Facility (AIIM P&D).

This state-of-the-art facility will offer the innovative processes and facilities required to take multifunctional materials from fundamental research to proof of concept, using novel fabrication methods.

Attendees will find out how using absolute state-of-the-art equipment is possible on a tight budget.

The breakfast, which is free of charge, will be held at NSW Trade and Investment Centre, Level 47, MLC Centre, 19 Martin Place Sydney on Wednesday, July 20, from 7.30am-9.30am.

To register visit: www.electromaterials.edu.au or Ph: 02 4221 3127

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