With each passing year, the nanotechnology event in the city seems to be getting bigger. This time, it’s getting an international flavour.
Though scientists, researchers, corporates, professors and students from Bangalore and the country will be thronging in large numbers, the event this time is expected to attract delegates from Germany, Korea, Switzerland, Singapore and China, among others.
Last year, which hosted the fifth edition of the event, saw participation from 12 countries, including France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Japan, the UK, the US and Italy.
According to CNR Rao, chairman, Karnataka’s Vision group on nanotechnology, Bangalore is the nano capital of India, with a lot of research happening here in sectors like bio-medical nanotech, bio-nanotech etc.