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The second stage of registration for the Fourth International Nanotechnology Exhibition and Festival (Iran Nano 2011) started on June 10 and will last to July 22.

Second Stage of Registration for Iran Nano 2011 Int'l Exhibit, June 10-July 22

Tehran, Iran | Posted on June 11th, 2011

In this stage of registration, the applicants who were accepted in the first stage are required to complete their registration form. According to the secretariat of the Fourth International Nanotechnology Festival and Exhibition Festival, 30 centers active in the field of nanotechnology have so far registered through the website.

After the preliminary registration, the field of activity of the applicant will be inspected. In case the field of activity is related to the festival's scopes, an email will be sent from the secretariat to the company/institute to show that the participation of that company/institute has been accepted. The applicants are required to complete the registration form in the second stage of registration, after receiving the approval email.

The Iranian and foreign companies, firms and institutes interested in participating in the Fourth International Nanotechnology Festival and Exhibition (Iran Nano 2011) can register or complete their registration forms at the festival's website.

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Contacts:
Roodsaz (Mr): 0098 (021) 61002272
Fax: +98 21 61002222
Po.Box: 14395 - 1336, Iran, Tehran

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