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The Wallonia Network for Nanotechnologies gathers the academic laboratories, the research centers and the industries active in the fields of nanosciences and nanotechnologies in the Wallonia Region of Belgium and in Brussels, in order to enhance both Belgian competencies and activities in those fields.

MNO 2014 - 2nd Workshop on Metallic Nano-Objects

The 2nd Workshop on "Metallic Nano-Objects - From Fundametal to Applications" will be held at the Université de Lille 1, France on Novembre 13th and 14th, 2014.

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Forum 2014 des Microscopies à sonde locale

Le 17ème Forum des microscopies à sonde locale aura lieu dans le sud-ouest de la France du 17 au 21 mars 2014. Après les Pyrénées en 2004, ce sera le tour du Midi dans le magnifique cadre que la ville de Montauban offre.

NanoBio Australia 2014

In 2014 two leading international conferences will be held on 6-10 July 2014 in Brisbane, Australia.

NanoBio Australia will combine the 5th International NanoBio Conference with the 3rd International Conference on BioNano Innovation, attracting leading international researchers in BioNano science and technology.

For information about NanoBio Australia please visit: www.2014nanobioaustralia.org

OESS2014 2nd edition of the"Organic Electronics Summer School"

OESS2014 (May 29th to June 1st, 2014) is the second edition of the international Organic Electronics Summer School, a series of interdisciplinary summer school focusing on all research aspects related to the field of organic electronics spanning from chemistry, materials science and processing issues, through organic electronics device’s (photo)physics and circuit design and modeling, till applications as OLEDs, OLECs, Lasers, Solar Cells, and Smart Sensors.

11th Annual International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing (NMC 2014)

The 11th Annual International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing (NMC 2014) will be held in Madrid from April 30th to May 2nd, 2014. The Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing focuses on sensors based on nanomechanical transducers such as cantilevers, MEMS/NEMS, as well as local probes. Subtopics include:

- Biological sensors
- Chemical sensors
- Instrumentation
- Novel transduction concepts
- Theory & Modeling
- Micro-/Nanofabrication
- Merging with other sensing techniques