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The Corridor of Technology to Market Services is due to issue Nano-certificates to the knowledge-based equipment manufacturing companies involved in nanotechnology.
The corridor reported that the certificate which is issued to credit equipment manufacturing companies merely audits the equipments related to nanotechnology and doesn't cover other factors.
The report said that certificate regulations will be soon introduced by the corridor and announced to the relevant companies. The equipments utilized in nanotechnology are categorized into two groups of measurement analysis and commodity production.
The Corridor of Technology to Market Services is a complex founded by INIC in order to discover, organize and complete the missing links within the scope of nanotechnology commercialization. This complex, in the form of a structure comprising 16 centers, provides a part of technological services needed by knowledge-based companies by meeting a part of their costs.
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