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Home > Press > INIC to Hold 1st National Contest of 'Art and Nanotechnology'

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Iran's Nanotechnology Initiative Council is due to hold the first national competition of 'Art and Nanotechnology' in order to introduce to the public the capabilities and achievements in the field of nanotechnology.

INIC to Hold 1st National Contest of 'Art and Nanotechnology'

Iran | Posted on June 21st, 2010

The competition is expected to enable the public to take part in creating knowledge-based ideas, guide them to employ nanotechnology applications in all aspects of their life and to explore the artistic potentials in the development of nanotechnology.

The competition will be held in the two Main and Parallel sections from April to September this year, with the motto of 'Development of Nanotechnology on the Height of Dream'.

The competition will be open to the public. The received works that gain the required score will be displayed simultaneously with the exhibition of Nanotechnology Achievements Festival at Imam Khomeini's Mosalla November 25-29, and will receive the certificate to take part in the exhibition from the Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council.

Also, the three winners of each branches of the competition will be awarded.

The exhibition of the chosen works will be held simultaneously with the national Nanotechnology Achievements Festival at Imam Khomeini's Mosalla on November 25-29.

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