Nanotechnology, the emerging science of manipulating individual atoms and molecules to build structures to complex, atomic specifications, will command a full session at the upcoming RadTech 2002 Conference, scheduled for April 28 to May 1 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
RadTech 2002 is the largest planned event ever on the fast growing uses of ultraviolet light (UV) and electron beams (EB) for the rapid curing of coatings, inks, adhesives, plastics and composites. “The implications of nanotechnology for the UV and EB industries are enormous, as they provide the potential to achieve dramatic developments in the final performance properties for a wide range of end use applications,” says Mike Idacavage of UCB Chemicals and Chair of the RadTech Technical Sessions.
In addition to the nanotechnology session, 80 papers, 20 posters and over 50 application presentations will be given at the event. Sessions include new innovations in raw materials; recent improvements in topics ranging from adhesion to safety; and novel applications for existing technology.
Contact RadTech at 301-664-8408 or visit www.radtech.org for more information.