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Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council announced that the students shortlisted in the first stage of Student Nanotechnology Olympiad will take part in its various educational courses.

INIC Holds Advanced Technology Courses for Special Students

Iran | Posted on August 8th, 2010

Students have already been trained in two phases in a 10-day expedition, which started on July 30. In the first phase that takes place in Research Institute of Petroleum Industry, the principle of nanomaterial production methods is introduced to the applicants, INIC said.

Then the students are trained to synthesize samples through various methods such as sol-gel and wet chemistry, chemical steam sedimentation, spray pyrolysis, micro-emulsion, and hydrothermal, it added.

Applicants were invited to the Tehran University in the second phase that began on Saturday, July 7. The major part of the second phase is about a simulation workshop at a nano scale.

A visit to the laboratories of the Tehran University's Nanotechnology Research Center completed the second phase, which finished on Monday, July 9, simultaneous with the second stage of the examination.

Research Methodology Workshop and Technology Management Workshop are among other educational courses that have been scheduled for this scientific expedition.

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