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Canadians seek North-Caucasus technologies

14 Aug '12
Montreal-headquartered Valeo Management last week visited the Nanotech and Nanomaterial Center of Stavropol-based North-Caucasus Federal University (NCFU), Southern Russia, seeking new partnerships and promising technology projects, the website of a regional newspaper, Stavropolskaya Pravda, reports.

According to NCFU, Nanotech and Nanomaterial Center scientists presented to their Canadian colleagues an array of projects in sectors varying from medicine to construction.

For example, a soil scanning technology enabling to see earth 15 meters below its surface can be used not only in construction but also in archeological excavations and other areas.

Another focus the Stavropol researchers develop is a range of nanomaterials that stimulate plant growth in greenhouses, as well as additives beefing up immunity and speeding up poultry growth.

In its hunt for new technologies Valeo Management is said to be working in close rapport with Canadian economic authorities and a number of national universities, orchestrating the commercialization of many new developments worldwide.
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