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More than 40 Posters to be presented at Nanotechnology Conference

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The 2010 TAPPI International Conference on Nanotechnology for the Forest Products Industry is scheduled for 27-29 September 2010 at the Dipoli Congress Centre in Espoo Finland. The comprehensive Technical Program includes more than 80 papers and three keynote addresses. 

The event’s Poster Session will feature more than 40 posters from the leading researchers from around the world.

Join your fellow delegates for a cruise to Suomenlinna and dinner at the famous Walhalla Restaurant on 28 September. Suomenlinna, one of islands off Helsinki, was built as a maritime fortress in the mid-18th century during the Swedish era. Today, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Finland’s most popular tourist attractions. Restaurant Walhalla was built into the fortress as Helsinki prepared itself for the 1952 Olympic Games. The name of the restaurant is inspired by the Walhalla secret society that in the 1780s conspired against the Swedish king Gustav III. The name of the secret society, Walhalla, is from Scandinavian mythology, and is the place in the after world where heroes and warriors enjoyed an eternal feast. A separate registration is required for this event. Registration includes round trip ground transportation, the round trip cruise and your meal.

Find all the details about the event in the conference brochure or visit the event’s web site, www.tappi.org/10nano.


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