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Home > Press > Over 25,000 Students Participate in 5th Students Olympiads for Nanoscience, Nanotechnology in Iran

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The Fifth Students' Olympiads for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology was held on 24 April 2014, with the participation of 25,000 students across the country.

Over 25,000 Students Participate in 5th Students Olympiads for Nanoscience, Nanotechnology in Iran

Tehran, Iran | Posted on April 27th, 2014

Similar to the previous Olympiads, this year's Olympiad was held in two stages in forms of a theoretical examination at the national level, and in the second stage, a practical camp for those who qualify in the first stage. Final winners will be chosen by taking into account the examinations taken in the second stage.

Nanotechnology simulation course will be held in the practical camp in the second stage by expert professors. The evaluation of this course will be effective in choosing the winners of the Olympiad too.

Students' Olympiads for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology is held by Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council to discover talented students, help the stabilization of human resources training in the field of nanotechnology and create an atmosphere for the Islamic Republic of Iran to hold a good ranking among the top countries in the field of basic education of nanotechnology.

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