University of Cambridge, Cambridge, 11 – 16 July, 2011
Carbon nanotubes have many fascinating properties, owing to their quasi one-dimensional structure. This creates a wide range of issues for fundamental research, as well as a wealth of opportunities for technological application. Progress in the field over the past few years has been remarkable, and applications for this unique material are starting to make the move from the laboratory into the mainstream. In the tradition of the NT conference series, this meeting will bring leading researchers in the area of nanotube science and technology together to evaluate the current state of the art and to identify current trends. The conference will encompass the frontiers of fundamental science as well as applied research, and will enable and encourage participants to exchange their latest ideas and results.
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|Early Bird - Full Conference||£550.00||Limited to first 100 or until 31/3/11|
|Standard - Full Conference||£650.00|
|Early Bird - Student||£425.00||Limited to first 50 or until 31/3/11|
|Standard - Student||£525.00|
|Satellite Only||£250.00||rate for 2 days|
|Conference Day Rate||£250.00||rate per day|
|Excursion and Banquet Extra tickets||£100.00||For accompanying persons|
Please note that there are a limited number of Early Bird registrations available for delegates registering for the full conference or as students. The numbers remaining will be updated on a daily basis until they have been allocated, or 31st March 2011, whichever occurs sooner.