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The deadline for paper submission to Iran International Nanosafety Congress was extended to 15 December 2013.

Iran Extends Deadline for Paper Submission to Int’l Nanosafety Congress

Tehran, Iran | Posted on November 12th, 2013

Iran Nanosafety Congress will be held in Tehran University of Medical Sciences in association with Iran Nanosafety Network (INSN) of Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council on 19-20 February 2013 to guarantee the safe and continuous development of nanotechnology, give correct information about nanosafety, identify active bodies in the field of nanosaftey and develop cooperation with other countries.

The scopes of the congress are as follows:

• Exposure assessment

• Methodology: characterization, detection, and monitoring

• Occupational and environmental interactions

• Toxicology

• Ecotoxicology and life cycle analysis

• Standardization and regulations

In this congress, 10 keynote speakers from the countries Denmark, the US, India, South Africa, South Korea, and Italy will deliver lecture on the latest scientific achievements in this field.

People who are interested in sending their articles to the congress are required to submit their abstract articles until the end of 15 November 2013, and present their full paper until 15 December 2013. For more information about paper submission and registration, visit the congress' website at http://irannano.org/nano/index.php?ctrl=section&actn=get_section&lang=2&id=49.

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