NIA is delighted to be sharing a stand at the EuroNanoForum 2017 with Joanneum Research, University of Leeds, INERIS,Tutech and National Research Centre for the Working Environment (NRCWE).

The stand will hold discussion groups, workshops and other activities including a showcasing of industry developments in new sectors, safe-by-design  tools and uptakes and regulatory advice.

NIA EuroNanoForum calendar

  • Wednesday June 21, 1400, Booth 17: Regulatory Priorities in 2017​ Join NIA and Member Squire Patton Boggs to discuss regulatory priorities that impact the development of novel nanomaterials to market.  Understanding regulatory issues is critical in all areas of nanotechnology, both to support the development of new regulations and to ensure that your research is relevant to the market. Let us know you are coming
  • Thursday June 22, 1100: Effective engagement with industry, Booth 17​ As part of the Dissemination Group within the NanoSafety Cluster, NIA is delighted to host a discussion about effective engagement and partnership with industry.Let us know you are coming
  • ​Thursday June 22, 1400, Booth 17: Funding for nanomaterials development​ As part of NIA's Funding Tracker for Members, we will share information on key funding programmes that support nanotechnology innovation.Let us know you are coming
  • ​Friday June 23, 0930-1530, Grima Hall: ​Delivering Safe nanotechnology to market​ NIA is proud to co-organise a full day workshop dedicated to nanosafety.  Join 17 expert speakers from across the nanosafety spectrum to discover the future of materials development. Register here to attend (workshop 5)

NIA members can consider the NIA stand as their office in Malta for the event, using it as a meeting point and sharing promotional materials and latest news, as well as taking a role in our busy schedule of mini-events at the stand.

For more information on EuroNanoForum 2017, please follow this link.









Photo by Christian Siedler.