NanoCity is the national event on nanotechnology, initiated by NanoNextNL. On 21 June 2016 EYE in Amsterdam was home to the biggest buzz around the tiniest parts. This was the third and final edition of NanoCity.

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On 21 June 2016 EYE in Amsterdam, the Netherlands was home to the biggest buzz around the tiniest parts. This extraordinary venue hosted NanoCity 2016, the national event on nanotechnology. It brings together scientists, industrial specialists, entrepreneurs and policymakers and is the follow-up to NanoCity 2015 and NanoCity 2014. NanoCity 2016 is the third and final edition of this annual event.

  • Listen to keynotes and invited talks from internationally leading nanoscientists
  • Find out the latest developments at the Nano Demo booths
  • Enjoy a coffee and discuss posters with bright young scientists
  • Get to know new people at several networking opportunities


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NanoCity is initiated by NanoNextNL, the innovation programme on nano and micro technology in the Netherlands, and open to anyone interested in nano. Find out what’s happening at the front edge, meet the brightest minds, see the latest developments, make the match, boost your business.
Let’s go beyond.


Show and share

NanoCity provides the opportunity to ‘show and share’ what has been achieved already and what may be possible in the future. Therefore NanoNextNL has initiated NanoCity, providing a meeting and presentation platform for the international nano community. NanoCity 2016 was built especially for this purpose at EYE in Amsterdam on 21 June. The previous editions of NanoCity were built at De Rijtuigenloods in Amersfoort (NanoCity 2015) and De Fabrique in Utrecht (NanoCity 2014).

Impressions of NanoCity 2016 (21 June)

Impressions of NanoCity 2015 (5-6 October)

Impressions of NanoCity 2014 (27-28 October)

Why visit NanoCity?

Visitors of NanoCity, nanocitizens, should visit this national event to:

  •  get inspired by international top scientists
  •  be updated about cutting edge science
  •  learn about the latest  innovations and product demonstrations
  •  boost their business by meeting entrepreneurs and pitching their ideas
  •  match their academic research with the industrial agenda and vice versa
  •  expand their network during lunch and dinner.