19th Edition of International Conference on EMERGING TRENDS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

Warm wishes from Nanomat 2020!!
We are proud to announce that we are organizing “19th Edition of International Conference on Emerging Trends in Material Science and Nanotechnology” at Philadelphia, USA during February 24-25, 2020.
As you are one of the best researchers in the field of Nano, we take great pleasure to invite you all at our conference to share your experiences to enlighten esteemed personalities and researchers by attending the conference and giving oral or poster presentation.
Salient features:
People from Industries, research institutes, Universities, associations and societies will be attending. Your presence will definitely have positive impact on their future ventures and innovations.
Important Points:
Special discounts on registration fee for group registrations
17 CPD values for registered participants for 2 days
If you will come with your group, we will provide best discount to you.
For further queries please visit our website Material Science Conference Nanotechnology Conference or revert back to us. We are pleased to guide you.
Waiting for your prompt and positive response.
With best regards
Sophia Anne
Program Director | Nanomat 2020
Direct: +1 702 508 5200 Ext: 8051
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London, W3 6AY
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