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NanoCanada is delighted to now be providing the secretariat to an international joint working group on nanotechnology terminology and nomenclature.

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Oct.19-22 • 2021

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CONNECTING THE NANOTECH COMMUNITY FOR A GLOBAL IMPACT

NanoCanada creates community through a collaborative network, serves our members through relationship building and a passion for promoting Canada’s excellence in science, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

Why Become a Member?

A NanoCanada Membership will improve your reach to the many partners in the emerging technologies pan-Canadian ecosystem and provide tangible efficiencies to your organization. Our dynamic organization represents the interests of industry, academia, and government across our country.

MEMBER TESTIMONIALS

SIGN-UP TODAY

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NanoCanada is delighted to now be providing the secretariat to an international joint working group on nanotechnology terminology and nomenclature.

READ MORE

Oct.19-22 • 2021

SAVE THE DATE

We are proud to host NanoCanada's Inaugural International Conference in Edmonton, Alberta.

EMAIL US FOR UPDATES!

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NANOvember:
Advanced Materials and
Nanotechnologies for Health

 

It was a pleasure to partner with CMC Microsystems for our third conference discussing the importance of advanced materials and nanotechnologies for health. This event brought together industry, government, and academia from across Canada to discuss the state of the art in nanomedicine, the use of technology convergence, and the support needed to bring these technologies to the marketplace.

 

The conference took place in Edmonton, Alberta, and was also part of a Lab2Fab workshop held at the NRC Nanotechnology Research Centre. This event anchored on the strengths of the Edmonton high-tech community and put a spotlight on the incredible work being done here in Alberta.

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CMC Microsystems President and CEO, Gord Harling. NanoCanada President, Marie D’Iorio

Agri-food

Biodegradable materials and smart sensors for efficient crops and safer food products.

Transportation

Materials and sensors for lighter, energy efficient and/or automated vehicles.

Health & Life Sciences

Materials for new vaccines, monitoring, therapeutic and diagnostic tools.

Aerospace

Materials, sensors and coatings for lighter aircraft and efficient engines.

Defence and Security

Materials and devices for protective clothing, efficient transport, and secure communications.

Information & Communication Technologies

Materials and devices for fast everyday communication and future computing needs.

Environment & Clean Tech

Membrane, smart coatings, and photovoltaic technologies for clean water and lower energy consumption.

Consumer Products

Materials for cosmetics, wound care, and smart sports clothing and gear.

Sectors

Nanotechnology and advanced materials are cross-sectoral and touch on almost every aspect of our lives. Everything from cosmetics to climate change solutions, precision agriculture to exploring life on Mars.

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