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The Technology, Development and Production working group of Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) actively took part in the 2nd International Exhibition on Insulation and Related Industries in Tehran.

INIC Showcases Latest Achievements in 2011 Industrial Exhibitions

Tehran, Iran | Posted on June 2nd, 2011

Along with interaction/knowledge exchange with companies whose areas of expertise fall in the field, INIC's Technology Development and Production working group presented their nanotech-related achievements in this regard such as aerogel, anti-stain and water proof materials at the exhibition.

Holding such international technical exhibitions on nanotechnology provides a valuable opportunity for the Iranian researchers and industrialists to appraise their products and draw comparisons in terms of quality, price, etc. This, indeed, is believed to contribute to improvement of nanotech domestic production and advancement.

Presence in technical national/international exhibitions with the prospective aim of demonstrating Iran's achievements and potentials concerning nanotechnology has been set as a main mission for INIC.

Prior to this, INIC attended the 19th international exhibition on hygienic tiles, ceramic and china and well presented Iran's products in that regard.

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