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August 23rd, 2005

1st commercial nanotech product made by Iran

Abstract:
Iranian scientists have made the country's first-ever commercial product using nanotechnology, reported ISNA. Rahil Hosseini, a nanotechnology researcher, told the news agency that Nanocid, a powerful antibacterial product, has been produced by Iranian experts.

(Ed.'s note: "Nanotechnology jumpstarts a new industrial revolution with molecular-sized structures as complex as the human cell and 100 times stronger than steel." Hmmmm, must be the translation.)

Source:
iranmania.com

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