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Several Iranian companies showcased their latest achievements in Japan Nanotechnology Festival (nano tech 2011) for the fourth successive year.

Iranian Companies Participate in Japan Nanotechnology Festival

Iran | Posted on February 16th, 2011

The Japan festival is the biggest in type in the world, attracting many countries and famous companies from the private sector active in the field of nanotechnology. The companies display their achievements and products in this field, and they compete with each other over nanotechnology markets.

In the past three years, some Iranian entities which owned technology or products in the field of nanotechnology took part in the festival under a united title IRAN NANO.

About 70 square-meters of the place where Japan's Nanotechnology Festival is being held has been allocated to the following companies from Iran this year:

o Nanosystem Pars, producer of nano-scope;
o Sodoor Ahrar-e Sharq, producer of iron chelate fertilizer;
o Fanavaran Nanomeqyas, producer of spinning devices and nanofibres;
o Payam Avaran Nanofanavari Fardanegar, producer of devices for the production of nanomaterials;
o Pooshesh-haye Nanosakhtar, producer of coating devices through spattering method;
o Zist Pazhoohan Khavar Miyaneh, producer of ethylene nano-adsorbent;
o Reef Iran, producer of traffic paints.

Iran's presence in the festival alongside the developed countries has had a great effect on the introduction of the Islamic Republic of Iran's progress and capabilities to the other countries. Moreover, it has caused Iranian researchers and experts to believe that they can have a say in the field of nanotechnology when they compare their own achievements with those of the advanced countries all over the world.

The Iranian companies have so far manufactured more than 30 products based on nanotechnology, from which some have been welcomed and used in the other countries as well as in Iran. The Islamic Republic of Iran has ranked 14th in the world in the production of nanoscience.

Japan Nanotechnology Festival (nano tech 2011) is underway in Tokyo from February 16 to 18, 2011.

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