Denmark starts something big in nanotechnology  

Copenhagen and Århus Universities to begin degree courses this year

Under the slogan “study something small and become something big” Copenhagen and Århus Universities are commencing degree courses in nanotechnology this autumn. According to an article published in Computerworld, course graduates are expected to be strongly in demand in IT, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, as well as the environmental and healthcare sectors.

In Copenhagen next week, a one-day conference entitled “From micro to nano technology – the business of the future?” will be held by the ITEK division of Dansk Industri. Professor Aric Menon of the Micro Electronic Center (MIC) will open the conference with an overview of current opportunities and future potential. Following presentations by a number of keynote speakers, the event will be rounded off with a panel debate on the way forward for Danish companies.

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