Nanotechnology in Iran: Well Organised and Impressive

http://www.cientifica.com/nanotechnology-in-iran-well-organised-and-impressive/

“Iran has always been a source of fascination, a place of ancient culture and history and now a country making a lot of noise about science and technology, so I was pleased to be invited by the Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council to attend the Iran Nano 2011 exhibition in Tehran.
As I’d spent the previous few days in Taiwan at the Taiwan Nano 2011 exhibition, it was a good opportunity to contrast the two events and try to judge whether there was any truth to the claims that Iran is becoming a world-class player in nanotechnology.

The unique aspect of Iranian nanotechnology is that because of the various international sanctions over the past thirty years it’s not the kind of place where you can just order an AFM or an electron microscope from a major US or Japanese supplier.”

About the author:
Tim Harper, International Innovation Strategist, Entrepreneur, Emerging Technologies & Keynote Speaker

Also:
“Iran Ranks 9th in Nanotechnology in World”
http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=47122

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