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October 27th, 2008
Iran Ranks 25th in Nanotechnology
Iran ranked 25th in the field of nanotechnology, improving its ranking by 35 place compared to seven years ago.
Head of Nanotechnology Association, Mojtaba Shariati-Niasar said that Iran took the 60th place in 2000 in the field in the world and sixth among the Islamic countries.
But it reached 25th place in the international scene and first in the Islamic world, he said.
He further said that the organizers of the Second International Nanotech Congress intend to show the international community how Iran managed to attain such a position in the field.
The congress will be held in Tabriz University from October 28-30 with the participation of Iranian and foreign scientists.
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