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Over 90 student plans with the subject of nanotechnology from 16 Iranian provinces will be presented in the Nano Club Stall of the Fifth Iran Nano Festival and Exhibition.

Students to Present 97 Innovative Plans in 5th Iran Nano Festival

Tehran, Iran | Posted on October 1st, 2012

According to the Nano Club, 97 plans among the received student plans were finally chosen after the judgment process. 25 plans will be presented in the Fifth Iran Nano Festival and Exhibition in the form of posters while the rest will be presented in the form of articles.

The shortlisted plans were received from the 16 provinces of Khorassan Razavi, Northern Khorassan, Khuzestan, Tehran, Isfahan, Alborz, Hamedan, Western Azarbaijan, Eastern Azarbaijan, Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiari, Fars, Kerman, Kermanshah, Golestan, Lorestan, and Mazandaran.

All the 97 articles of the chosen plants will be published in the article booklet of the Fifth Iran Nano Festival and Exhibition.

Similar to the previous years, the Nano Club will welcome the visitors of the Fifth Iran Nano Exhibition and Festival by providing various sections such as student projects, displaying nanotechnology products, nano alarm, and Nano Olympiads.

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