Hybrid Materials -
Nano goes Macro
Technology platform for
the combination of macro
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The second conference "Nano Goes Macro" will take place on November 6th - 7th, 2019. Join us in Nuermberg and take the chance to meet new contacts and discuss with our specialists in the area of nano- and macro materials about future projects and developments.
The Flyer to the conference!
The first "Nano Goes Macro" conference took place on 25 and 26 October 2017 and was part of the Innovationsforum Carbon in Nuremberg.