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Home > Press > Isfahan to Host 1st National Confab on Chemical Applications in Advanced Technologies (CAAT)

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Jami University in Isfahan city is scheduled to hold the first national Conference on Chemical Applications in Advanced Technologies from November 10 to11.

Isfahan to Host 1st National Confab on Chemical Applications in Advanced Technologies (CAAT)

Tehran, Iran | Posted on August 21st, 2011

The organizers of the conference seek to provide an appropriate background for exchanging information and encourage researchers to conduct practical projects in chemistry.

Providing communication among the faculty members, students, experts, and researchers involved in different areas of chemistry, introducing recent technologies and making discussions about their role in chemistry science include other goals of this conference.

Application of nanotechnology in chemistry and chemical engineering, application of novel technologies in chemical treatment of water, wastewater, air and soil are the issues to be addressed in the conference. A subsidiary fair on laboratory equipments and industrial companies' achievements on laboratory devices will also be held.


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