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Tehran is due to host 'Iran Nano Safety Congress' from February 19 to 20, 2014, in a bid to study all aspects of safety of nanomaterials related to human health to environmental and occupational health issues.
Tehran University of Medical Sciences and the organizing committee announced that the Congress will be held on behalf of the Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) in Tehran.
'Iran Nano Safety Congress' aims to cover all aspects of safety of nanomaterials related to human health to environmental and occupational health issues. The main goal of the conference is to work on the safety of nanomaterials as well as protection issues in this context. This conference will provide a forum for researchers to share information and experiences on possible toxicities of nanoparticles.
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