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Home > Press > SabryCorp Submits Evidence to the UK Parliament on the Global Food

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SabryCorp submitted a report to the UK Parliament offering evidence on the prospect of nanotechnology to address the challenges of world hunger. They conclude that nanotechnology allows for more efficient, smart farming with solutions that optimize water resources, provide safer pest control, monitor crops and improve agricultural productivity.

SabryCorp Submits Evidence to the UK Parliament on the Global Food

Cairo, Egypt | Posted on June 30th, 2009

The report answers questions regarding:

* Lack of food security
* Role of the UK government, academia and private industries
* Global challenges faced in addressing global food security.

SabryCorp suggests that research groups in the UK should be encouraged to investigate solutions for agricultural uses of nanotechnology and related areas such as water filtration. Groups in these areas, the report concludes, should be encouraged with incentives from the UK government to work with partners in developing countries on the development and implementation of these technologies as a way to meet the needs of the world's poor.

For additional information on nanotechnology pertaining to the global food crisis, contact SabryCorp Ltd. or visit www.sabrycorp.com.

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About SabryCorp
SabryCorp is at the head of the nano-revolution in the middle east. We aim to accelerate innovation by being a "nano-powerhouse" for the Middle East, catering to the growing demand for information about advanced technologies in the Middle East. We are the first and the only nano consultancy based inside the Middle East, and the first organization to try to initiate a comprehensive middle eastern nano-roadmap.

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Contacts:
Gemma Gollard
Phone: 002022 414 6493
Fax: 002022 415 0992

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