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The 4th International Nanotechnology Festival (Iran Nano 2011) will commence work here in Tehran on Wednesday to display Iran's latest achievements in nanotechnology and its new Nano products in the fields of medicine, agriculture and laboratory equipment.

Iran Nano 2011 International Exhibit to Kick Off Work Wednesday

Tehran, Iran | Posted on October 4th, 2011

The four-day event will include a wide range of events and programs, including introducing the best researchers and centers in nanotechnology, eighth meeting of Asian Nano Forum (ANF), exhibition of nanotechnology achievements and products and nanotechnology in public education.

Specialized fora and workshops, scientific and educational workshops on nano products and marketing technological services are among other programs to be covered in the event.

Iran has made a giant stride in Nano Technology in recent years and is now among the world's pioneering countries in the field.

Yesterday, the country unveiled a new type of antibiotic named 'SinaDoxosome' used for treating various types of abdominal cancers with similar application to Doxorubicin.

The country also plans to display its latest achievements, including four hi-tech laboratory tools and equipment and one nano-produced drug, in Iran Nano 2011 exhibition.

The achievements were also unveiled in a ceremony in the presence of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday.

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