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NanoKTN

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TS21 3FG
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01740 625 790
Email : enquiries@nanoktn.com
Web : www.nanoktn.co.uk


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    NanoKTN helps secure £3.3m EPSRC grant award to University of Southampton(29/08/2013)

    The grant covers investment in capital equipment designed for the fabrication of pre-production quantities of devices including solid-state batteries.

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    NanoKTN launches medical devices focus group(24/02/2012)

    The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network has set up a new focus group, Nanotechnology in Medical Devices (NiMeD), which will showcase the use of nanotechnology in the medical technologies sector. The group aims to bring together companies working in the medical devices industry to work together to further commercialise the use of nanotechnology in healthcare.

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    NanoKTN publishes position paper on thermoelectrics(31/01/2012)

    The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) has published a position paper following a one-day workshop held last year to explore emerging technologies and opportunities in the development of next generation thermoelectric and thermionic devices. Thermal energy harvesting (and solid state cooling) represents a global £1bn industry for improved products in a range of markets and applications.

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    NanoKTN member wins prestigious business award(12/12/2011)

    The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) has announced that UK-based NanoSight, an active member of the NanoKTN, has won the esteemed Business Innovation Award at TechWorld 2011. This comes in the same month that the Company was recognised in Deloitte’s 2011 Fast 50 Rankings as one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK.

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    Electrospinning event: Nanofibres to Nanocomposites(25/10/2011)

    The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN), in partnership with the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, has announced details of its electrospinning event on November 8 2011. Electrospinning is a technique for the manufacture of continuous nanofibres in polymeric, organic and inorganic materials and opens up new possibilities of developing materials for a wide range of applications.

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    Speedo 's Tom Waller to deliver keynote at Nano4Sport event(31/08/2011)

    The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) has confirmed Dr Tom Waller, head of Aqualab at Speedo International, as keynote speaker at the forthcoming Nano4Sport event (September 21, London). The one-day conference is aimed at all product designers but will focus on how micro and nanotechnologies, many of which are commercialised, can enhance the performance of engineering materials, textiles and products used in the sports industry.

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    NanoKTN conference to review impact of nanomaterials on man and the environment(16/08/2011)

    The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) will host an event at Begbroke Science Park, Yarnton, Oxford on September 14 2011 to review the possible effects of nanomaterials on man and the environment. The one-day seminar will examine the complex issues surrounding recent advances in the measurement and characterisation of nanomaterials throughout the whole product cycle.

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    The potential of 'thermoelectrics' for energy harvesting and cooling(23/03/2011)

    The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) has announced details of a one-day workshop to explore emerging technologies and opportunities in the development of next generation thermoelectric and thermionic devices. The event, hosted in partnership with Johnson Matthey and Royal Holloway, University of London, will see presentations from key players from industry and academia including Jaguar Land Rover.

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    One-day conference on nano-enabled coatings(27/09/2010)

    The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) has announced its second coatings focus group event on 21st October 2010 in partnership with the British Coatings Federation (BCF) and the Paint Research Association (PRA). The event will take place at the Nottingham Gateway Hotel and will look at the benefits and potential applications of nanomaterials in inks and coatings.

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