Telička will host a seminar on nanotechnology. In this field the Czech Republic could at the forefront, he explains
Czech is nano. This is a motto of the Nano Association of Czech Repubic, whose goal is to better promote the strengths and capabilities of Czech nano companies in business, research and education. But is the Czech Republic really a nano nation? The seminar to be hosted by Vice-President of the European Parliament Pavel Telička will focus on this question.
“Despite the undisputed success of our innovators and industry in the field of nanotechnology, I don't think that Czech is quite yet a nano nation,” Telička says. He adds, however, that the Czech Republic could have a leading edge not only in EU, but also worldwide once the right regulatory framework is put into place. That is why Telicka decided, together with the Nano Association and CzechInvest, to organise an event focused on the Czech ‘nano potential’.
The seminar will take place on 3 May in the European Parliament in Brussels. Participants will focus on the key questions and policy issues that need to be tackled. The co-organisers will also present innovative and new nano products that will certainly be new to many of the participants.