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This 1-day conference will focus around graphene-polymer nanocomposites, and touch upon the use of other carbon nanomaterials as fillers. This conference is linked to the EPSRC, GRAPOL graphene-polymer grant (<a href="https://www.dur.ac.uk/grapol/" target="_blank">dur.ac.uk/grapol</a> ).
Nanochemistry can be found working in many different industries like pharmacy, chemical laboratories, healthcare,manufacturing medicines, transportation, and utilities. Nanochemistry look at a company’s total operations process in order to improve cost, productivity, quality, safety, and work environment. Nanochemistry can expect job growth of about 5% from 2012-2022, slower than the average rate of growth expected of all occupations, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS). The BLS published in May 2012 that the median annual salary among Nanochemistry was $78,860. The BLS indicated that engineers working for nanotechnology and chemical companies earned the most money per year, with salaries averaging $126,900. The BLS projects that the employment of Nanochemistry will likely grow by about six per cent between 2010 and 2020, a rate that is slower than the national average predicted for all occupations.
Last updated: 21 February 2017