Nanoweek 2013 will take place 14th - 21st June and coincides with EuroNanoForum, the largest nanotechnology conference in Europe. This will take place in Dublin's Convention Centre, 18-20 June and will focus on the impact nanotechnology has in problem solving across key societal sectors such as health, energy and environment. More details about Nanoweek 2013 coming soon!
Nanoweek 2012 opened on Friday 14th September with Science Gallery's "Magical Materials" exhibition. Run in collaboration with CRANN, this exhibition features an exhibition of innovative materials and a lab area where visitors can explore materials further, e.g. ferrofluids, quantum dots, remote access to CRANN's SEM.
The academic/industrial conference for Nanoweek 2012 was entitled "Nanoscience Excellence with Impact" and took place in Trinity College Dublin's Science Gallery from Monday 17th - Tuesday 18th September.
The winner of the RDS/ Intel Prize Lecture for Nanoscience 2012 was announced during Nanoweek.
Nanoweek is an initiative of NanoNet Ireland, a network bringing together the key stakeholders in developing nanoscience and nanotechnology in Ireland – government, academia and industry. NanoNet Ireland is a non-profit network currently combining two major nano-related consortia, INSPIRE and CCAN.