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Iran will hold the second international congress on nanoscience and nanotechnology to discuss implementation of nanotech in industry.

Iran holds 2nd int'l nanotech congress

Tabriz, Iran | Posted on April 20th, 2008

Organized by the Iranian Nanotechnology Society (INS) and the University of Tabriz, the congress offers an open forum for presentation and discussion of recent research results for industrial applications.

The second International Congress on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2008 (ICNN2008) also offers an occasion for international scientists to meet and examine the advancements made in the field of nanotechnology.

During the three-day congress, the participating scientists and experts will review nano-biotechnology, nano-composites, nano-electronics and mechanics, nano-medicine, nano-photonics, nano-scale characterization, nano-scale fabrication, nano-structured materials, nano-sensors and the social impact of nanotechnology.

The second international congress on nanoscience and nanotechnology will run from October 28 to 30, 2008 in Iran's northwestern city of Tabriz.

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Contacts:
ICNN2008 Secretariat
Faculty of Chemistry
University of Tabriz
Tabriz, Iran


+98 (411) 329 2714
+98 (411) 339 3093
Fax:+98 (411) 329 2715

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