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Iranian companies active in the field of nanotechnology are due to present their latest achievements and products at an international exhibition in South Korea.
The exhibition is due to be held on August 18-20 in South Korea.
The organizers of the exhibition have provided the Iranian companies with a 36 square meters of space in the Nano Korea 2010 event.
NATSYCO, producers of STM microscopes, Sodour-e-Ahrar-e-Shargh Ltd., supplier of Khazra fertilizer, Middle East Bio-Researchers, producer of food preservative additives, Asia Technology Pioneers Ltd., producers of durable polymers based on nanotech, and Payamavaran Nanotechnology Fardanegar Co., producer of VSM equipments are the Iranian companies which will attend the international event through the Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Center.
The INIC said that one of its goals is to introduce and present the latest scientific and technological achievements of knowledge-based Iranian companies at international levels. Seemingly, this international exhibition provides a suitable opportunity for Iranian companies to get to know and exchange ideas with their foreign counterparts.
Iran has actively participated in several other international exhibitions held in foreign countries like Qatar, Japan, Russia and the Middle Eastern countries.
Iran will be the only Middle Eastern representative at the Nano Korea 2010.
The 8th International Nanotech Symposium and the 3rd International Micro/MEMS Exhibition and Conference are expected to be held in South Korea simultaneously with the exhibition.
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