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June 14th, 2007
Antalya attracts attention in nanotechnology
Antalya Teknokent, under the auspices of the Mediterranean University, has become one of the top producers in nano-dust and anti-bacterial plating.
Many companies from the US, Japan and Germany are currently eyeing Antalya for nanotechnology products, whose name stems from the Greek word "nanos" or dwarf. Professor Ertuğrul Arpaç, a member of the Mediterranean University Science Department and the founder of the research company NANOen, spoke to the Anatolia news agency.
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