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Defense minister inaugurates 4 research projects in Isfahan
Iran | Posted on February 2nd, 2008
Four major research projects inaugurated on Saturday in the presence of Minister of Defense Brigadier General Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar in the city of Shahin-Shahr, in the central province of Isfahan.
The projects included production of waterproof glasses with nanotechnology, production of Wankel engines and designation of new systems for processing and calculation.
The projects are carried out by experts of Malek Ashtar University affiliated to the Defense Ministry in Shahin-Shahr, 20 kms north of Isfahan.
Addressing the inauguration ceremony, the minister said launching such major research projects is a proof to capability of the Iranian experts.
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