Iran’s second nanotechnology office in China starts working with the aim of expediting and broadening the cooperation process between two countries’ corporations.
Prof. Saeed Sarkar, the secretary-general of Iran Nanotechnology Innovation Council, Dr. Khalil Shirgholami, the consul general of Iran in Guangzhou, and delegates from various Chinese companies and institutions participated in the opening ceremony of Iran’s Guangzhou office on July 6, 2018.
During this ceremony, both parties spoke about the scientific and industrial potential partnerships in nanotechnology.
In his remarks, Dr. Shirgholami pointed out the successful experience of Iran’s first nanotechnology office in Suzhou and hoped for a similar and even better future for the Guangzhou office. Later, The senior vice president of WTOIP, Edmont Rao, talked about opportunities brought by INCC for Chinese nanotechnology industry. “It is at events like this what we get a closer introduction to Iran’s potentials in nanotechnology” he stated.
On the sidelines of the ceremony, the symposium on “promoting industrialization of innovative technologies in China and Iran” was held and a strategic cooperation was signed between the two parties.