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Iran's Research and Development Center for Chemical Industries is due to hold a National Conference on High Technologies in Chemical Industries in association with Tarbiat Modarres University from May 22 to 23 this year.

Iran to Hold National Conference on High Technologies in Chemical Industries

Tehran, Iran | Posted on May 22nd, 2012

Sustainable development of chemical industries in the country by using advanced technologies, including nanotechnology and biotechnology in order to reduce the environment pollution and energy consumption is among the most important objectives of this conference.

In this conference, 14 credible university lecturers will deliver speeches in the form of key lecturers, and they will study the applications of novel technologies in the field of energy, the role of novel technologies in medical engineering, and commercialization of advanced technologies.

Taking into account the fact that Iran is a country with great chemical industries, the reduction in environmental damage and the reduction in energy consumption are highly valuable to the country. Therefore, the conference has been organized in order to create a bridge between research and industrial sections in the country, and to introduce the latest achievements and applications of the novel technologies.

Over 13 specialized workgroups will be held on various fields related to the topics of the conference concurrently with the confab.

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