The Largest Event on Graphene Nanotubes is Open to the Public for the First Time

The Nanoaugmented Materials Industry Summit (NAUM) 2018 in Shanghai on October 31 will gather the world’s leading companies who use and apply graphene nanotubes to share exciting results. This year the event is opening its doors to all like-minded innovators and industry pioneers to learn about recent progress in this field. They will also be able to see a first-time-ever on-site demonstration of the production of nanoaugmented products with real industrial equipment.

The NAUM Summit is one of the largest annual meetings in the materials industry. It is focused on developing a new generation of nanoaugmented materials and end-products, whose previously unobtainable properties have changed the performance of most known materials once and for all, driving a paradigm shift in diverse industries.

Hundreds of executives, researchers, analysts and journalists from all over the world will gather in Shanghai on October 31. This year is the first time that the event has been open to the public. During the industrial portion of the Summit, participants are also welcome to visit a specially constructed pavilion that will contain demonstrations of the real industrial manufacturing production chain for nanoaugmented products with graphene nanotubes.

Graphene nanotubes – the specific form of graphene possessing a number of exciting properties and advanced characteristics – leave most other nanomaterials far behind. More than 30 distinguished speakers will discuss the potential of graphene nanotubes for a variety of industries.

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