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September 18th, 2006

New Developments in Building Materials

Abstract:
The Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) organized a meeting on 'New Developments in Building Materials' in September 18th, 2006, at the Conference Hall, GOIC premises, Doha.

Mr. Jan Glaenzer, from Germany, gave a presentation on the Application of Nanotechnology in Construction Sector: Roads and Infrastructure, Building with Ultra Strong Concrete, Solar Energy and Room Conditioning, and Managing Facilities.

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