Cerion Nanomaterials, a leader in the design, scale-up and manufacturing of nanomaterials, will once again be exhibiting at Nanotech Japan in January 2020.
Described as “The World’s Largest Event for Nanotechnology”, Nanotech Japan will host over 43,000 visitors and 1,400 exhibitors from 28 countries. Nanotechnology R&D and business development professionals will have the opportunity to participate in symposiums, seminars and discussions about the solutions nanotechnology provides.
Cerion will join this community of nanotechnology researchers, developers and implementors to discuss its capabilities in designing, scaling and manufacturing optimized inorganic and ceramic nanomaterials for customers spanning a wide range of industries.
Cerion will emphasize the tremendous global growth that both it and the nanomaterial community have experienced over the past decade, with its services being utilized to produce customized nanomaterials that improve the performance of products and systems.
Nanotech Japan will be held from January 29-31, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. The conference will feature symposiums and seminars covering the latest trends of nanotechnology, and the exhibition with feature nano-based solutions for a variety of application areas, including materials, secondary batteries, automobiles, life sciences, AI, IoT and electronics. https://www.nanotechexpo.jp/
About Cerion Nanomaterials
Cerion is a leader in the science of designing, scaling and manufacturing metal, metal oxide and ceramic nanomaterials for companies developing products.
The cost of developing advanced expertise in nanomaterials is prohibitively expensive and time intensive, resulting in a significant barrier to entry for companies considering its adoption. Cerion provides companies with access to this expertise through all phases of the product life cycle including applied research, development, scale-up, commercialization and manufacturing.
Cerion’s position in the market is enabled by three strategic competitive advantages: deep and demonstrated capability in a.) precision design and customization of both nanoparticle size and technical attributes, b.) robust processes to scale materials from prototype to low and high-volume production rates, and c.) industry-leading, cost-effective manufacturing systems and production capacities.