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The Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) launched a website at www.statnano.com to monitor and analyze scientific achievements and improvements of the world countries in the field of nanotechnology based on continually updated statistical data.

INIC Launches World Nanotechnology Statistics Website

Tehran, Iran | Posted on May 14th, 2012

The website is intended to track regional, mainly Iran, and global technological changes in the field around the clock.

The mentioned website hosts a huge database gathering scientific and technological data sets and indices of over 105 countries and provides the user with ability to draw comparisons easily. In addition, the website furnishes a great deal of information regarding the current status of nanotechnology in Iran (within various contexts like research, education and industry).

The statistical data fed to the website are extracted from world reputable and distinguished technical databases namely the Web of ScienceTM and Orbit (for patents).

Based on a comprehensive set of keywords, the website has collected the statistical data for each country since the year 2007. These keywords can be found at statnano.com/index.php?ctrl=static_page&action=get_static_page&lang=2&id=187

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