New Year, New Goal to Attend Nano 2019
It’s a new year and a good time to focus afresh on the future of nanotechnology. Attending TAPPI’s 2019 International Conference on Nanotechnology for Renewable Materials, 3-7 June 2019 in Chiba, Japan, is the bridge that can put you on track to applying new, innovative applications in nanotechnology.
Nano 2019 brings together the international nanomaterials community to discuss the latest advances in production and use of cellulose nanomaterials. Network with some of the brightest international minds in the field, and gain insights into the latest advancements in research and actual application in today’s newest products. This year’s first-time location in Asia brings additional opportunities to meet, network with and learn from leading researchers, scientists and business professionals from that region.
The conference’s comprehensive technical program will cover a range of pulp and paper topics, along with other industry applications, including auto, personal care products, and additive manufacturing. In 2018, 96% of surveyed attendees agreed they left the conference with the kind of useful information that could applied back in their workplaces.
Manufacturing, including the paper and pulping industry, is always changing to keep up with modern sustainable processes. Don’t get left behind. Register today for the premier international conference dedicated to the production and use of nanotechnology for renewable nanomaterials.
TAPPI Nano 2019 is Co-located with NCF
TAPPI’s Nano Division has co-located the 2019 International Conference on Nanotechnology for Renewable Materials, 3 – 7 June 2019 in Chiba, Japan, with the Nanocellulose Forum’s (NCF) Nanocellulose Exhibition in TAPPI Nano.
NCF was established in June 2014 with the mission to accelerate research and development, industrialization and standardization of cellulose nanofibrils and cellulose nanocrystals. NCF conducts activities for technology transfers, sample transfers, and exploration of new business opportunities. They are supported by one of Japan’s largest public research organizations, the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST).