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A number of Iranian companies are participating in Nanotech 2011 Exhibition underway in the city of Shanghai, China, from June 7 to 9, 2011.

Iranian Firms Attending Nanotechnology Exhibition in China

Tehran, Iran | Posted on June 7th, 2011

China Nanotechnology Exhibition organized by Chinese Society of Micronano Technology in association with scientific-research centers such as Sciences and Technology Association and Nanotechnology Industrial Park of Shanghai will be held with the participation of approximately 138 active centers from various countries in an area of 4000 square meters.

The exhibition provides an appropriate opportunity for the researchers, scientists, and international firms that focus on nanotechnology to exchange ideas about their latest researches on nanotechnology and also to solve the present problems and challenges in carrying out researches and the production of products.

Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council took part in the exhibition in order to facilitate the participation of firms in the international markets and to monitor the present technologies. Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council supports Corridor of Technology Services to Market, Nano Pars Espadana Company, Parsa Polymer Sharif Company, and Pishgaman-e Fanavari Asia Company so that they represent their achievements in the exhibition.

Nano Pars Espadana Company will participate in the exhibition by presenting nano zinc oxide as its product, Parsa Polymer Sharif Company by presenting nanocomposite materials and Pishgaman-e Fanavari Asia Company by presenting nano traffic paint. Products such as various synthesized nanomaterials, nanomaterials production equipment and air filters in addition to some products from other companies will be presented by Corridor of Technology Services to Market.

China Nanotechnology Exhibition is the second exhibition that is being held in the field of nanotechnology in 2011. Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council participated a while ago in Japan Nanotechnology Exhibition, which was held in the city of Tokyo on February 16, 2011, and it represented Iran's achievements in the field of nanotechnology.

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