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The registration deadline for the 5th International Nanotechnology Festival and Exhibition (Iran Nano 2012) extended until August 5. Accordingly, the interested participants are supposed to complete their registration forms and pay the registration fee by the mentioned date.

Registration Deadline for Iran Nano 2012 Extended until August 5

Tehran, Iran | Posted on July 25th, 2012

Please note that registration later than the prescribed date is merely possible in case of the existence of sufficient exhibition capacity and will need a 20% additional charge.

The domestic and foreign companies, firms, and institutes that are interested in participation in the Fifth International Nanotechnology Festival and Exhibition (Iran Nano 2012) are required to carry out the registration process or the completion of their cartable through the Festival's website at festival.nano.ir.

It is worthwhile to mention that the early bird registration for the event has started from April 20, 2012, and will continue until the end of the office hours of August 5.

The Fifth International Nanotechnology Festival and Exhibition is scheduled to be held at the Persian Gulf Hall of Tehran Permanent International Fairground from October 4 to 8, 2012, concurrently with the First International Nanotechnology Forum (INF 2012) with the approaches of commercialization, industry and market.

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