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Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council has established nanotechnology education system in Persian language at two levels for school students and university students in a bid to fulfill the educational needs of school and university students in various fields of study, INIC's website said.

INIC Promotes Nanotechnology Education System for School, University Students

Tehran, Iran | Posted on September 21st, 2011

The titles and subjects of the educational material in nanotechnology education system have been classified at two levels of school students and university students in the form of a tree chart.

The options of nanotechnology education system are as follows,

o Comprehensive examination system,
o Displaying educational films related to the subject,
o Organization of educational webinars,
o Adding infrastructure educational issues (patent, safety, commercialization, ...)

There is no limitation for the number of chapters and how specialized the material will become. Therefore, nanotechnology experts are invited to send their educational material to Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council in order to be published in this section under their own names.

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