Bangalore, Nov 3 (UNI) Bangalore Nano-2007, the first ever major event on nanotechnology, organised by the Karnataka government would offer a platform to emerging companies doing nano research seek investment and partnerships in nano technology, State IT and BT Secretary M N Vidyashakar said today.
Briefing newspersons about the event to be held on December six in the city, he said the exposition would offer Research-Industry Collaboration Hub (RICH), a platform for emerging companies seeking investment and partnering opportunities to present their research and technologies to industry and investors, venture capitalists, angel investors and conduct business meetings.
He said the event would see top scientists, leading investors, heads of research and development organisations, researchers, Entrepreneurs and the industry and offers networking opportunity with an avenue to 'Talk Nano' on a one-on-one basis and develop business relationships.
Union Secretary for Science and Technology T Ramasamy, who was also present, said the exposition which would provide a platform for scientists and scientific organisations and entrepreneurs for the first time, would help organisations working on nano research to attract investment for which the Union government was giving a major push.
The highlight of Bangalore Nano-2007 included international conference, highlight lectures, RICH, exhibition, poster session and industry networking dinner.