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The second competition of Iran Prototype Nanotechnology Products will be held in 2014.
The deadline for participation in the competition and submission of plans will be since 21 December 2013 to 5 February 2014.
In line with supporting the commercialization of the achievements of Iranian researchers, Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council supports the production of prototype by university students, university professors, researchers, technologists, and knowledge-based companies in the field of nanotechnology in form of Prototype Producing Competition.
To this end, a special zone was allocated to the demonstration of the chosen prototypes in the Sixth Iran Nano Festival. The second competition will be held in 2014, and the best plans will be displayed in the Seventh Iran Nano Festival.
In addition to rewarding the best plans, Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council will support the commercialization of the plans that succeed in attracting an investor during the festival.
Prototype competition provides the researchers and small companies with the opportunity to put on display their innovative products, specially to people who are interested, visitors, industrialists, and investors so they can take advantage from investment chances.
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