The European Nano Regions Alliance offers a fun and safe way to introduce children to the wonders of nanotechnology using everyday items. The German network cc-NanoBioNet has released not one but two brochures with do-it-yourself nanotechnology experiments for both smaller children and teenagers that are bound to spark enthusiasm.

November 2015


Frankfurt. The international network of regional institutions that support nanotechnology companies will be expanded further after the successful completion of its EU-funded phase. This is the message which the NANORA (Nano Regions Alliance) conveyed with its two-day conference on nanotechnology held during the chemistry trade fair ACHEMA at Frankfurt on the 17th and 18th of June.

June 2015


On February 5- 6 2013, Partner from seven European regions participated in the first conference of the newly founded European Nano Regions Alliance – NANORA - in Frankfurt, Germany. The objective of the Alliance is to develop joint cross-regional strategies for the promotion of nanotechnology.

Feb 15th, 2013


European cooperation for accelerating development and strengthening competitiveness

Jan 1st, 2013


NANORA, the European Nano Regions Alliance, unites participants from nanotechnologystrong regions from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland and the Netherlands committed to supporting nanotechnology as a key enabling technology. The project, funded by the European Union through the INTERREG IVB NWE Programme, aims at establishing transnational mechanisms of competence selection and pooling as well as transnational support schemes for nanotechnology players. It is based on the conviction that the European regions need to engage in concerted action to be successful in the global competition for nano-enabled economic growth.

Jan 1st, 2014


NANORA – Nano Regions Alliance – Exhibition Stand

Jun 20th, 2013


A range of smart tools and helpful service packages is now on offer for European nanotechnology SMEs.
NANORA, the Nano Regions Alliance active in various regions of Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and the UK, is determined to make life easier for nano stakeholders based in Northwest Europe.

Jun 24th, 2014