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The secretariat of Iran Nano 2011 (International Nanotechnology Festival) announced that interested entities can register their applications by August 22, adding that over 150 private and governmental organizations have already registered for the event.

August 22, Registration Deadline for Iran Nano 2011

Tehran, Iran | Posted on August 15th, 2011

The applicants list (updated on August 14) is comprised of 22 universities and research institutes, 84 manufacturing, service and trade companies, 11 science and technology parks, 4 scientific journals, 14 laboratories, 3 governmental organizations and 8 foreign companies.

Also, 50 representatives from Asia Nano Forum country members will attend their 8th gathering of the association which is due to be held during the 4th international Nanotechnology Festival.

Similar to the previous years, this year's Nanotechnology Festival seeks to provide a valuable opportunity for publicizing organizations, scientific institutes, industrial companies, Tech-Market Services Corridor, international affairs section and nanotech products traders to present their latest products and services.

The interested foreign companies and organizations can perform registration by the deadline via the official website of Iran Nano 2011.

The 4th International Nanotechnology Festival will be held concurrently with the 8th Gathering of Asia Nano Forum from October 5 to 9 in Tehran's International Exhibition Fairground.

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