Lannova 2061/8 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic
The Czech Nanotechnology Industries Association was founded in 2014. It brings together Czech nanotech companies from various industries, from the textile industry to biotechnology, environmental applications, optics, and the energetics. Some of them are using nanotechnology in manufacturing or in applications, others are developing and manufacturing final nanomaterials or products.
Vinohradská 29/93 120 00 Praha 2, Česká republika
From 2005 we are a progressive company specialized in training programs for organizations and companies of all types and sizes. We cooperate with labour offices in the whole Czech Republic when we train the unemployed form all target groups (i.e. short-term unemployed, long-term unemployed, youth, parents after maternity leave, graduates with no or short working experience, unemployed older than 45 years etc.).We focus on training in ICT skills, as we are Microsoft partner learning solution, soft skills, entrepreneurship skills, social work, and other professional skills.
Dr.-Ing. Peter Grambow
Josef-Martin-Weg 52 97074 Würzburg, Germany
The Nanoinitiative Bayern GmbH is responsible for the management of the Cluster Nanotechnology and the network association Nanonetz Bayern e.V. which was established in 2006 within the framework of the Bavarian Cluster Initiative in order to better convert the enormous potential of nanotechnologies to marketable products and applications. Core competencies are the initiation, support and coordination of networks and projects on nanotechnological topics, including project management, the support of project proposals and the organisation of customer-specific innovation workshops, seminars and exhibitions and diverse activities aiming at the promotion of young talents
Avenue de Tervueren 143 1150 Bruxelles, Belgium
On behalf of Members across Europe and around the world, NIA supports the development of nanotech innovations that improve the lives of consumers, preserve our environment and advance our world. NIA and its Members are committed to the safe, sustainable and beneficial use of nanotechnology and nanomaterials across all industries. NIA undertakes activities including: regulatory support for nanomaterials across sectors and countries, business and scientific networking and promotion, support for the development of the nanotechnology commercial ecosystem.