The First International Nakaa Nanotechnology Network Book competition

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The First International Nakaa Nanotechnology Network Book competition

Time: January 7, 2011 at 6pm to March 30, 2011 at 12pm
Location: Egypt
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Event Type: competition
Organized By: Wesam Ahmed Tawfik
Latest Activity: Mar 11, 2011

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Nakaa Nanotechnology Network NNN invites all its members to participate in the First International Nakaa Nanotechnology Network Book competition  INNNBC 2011which is desired to produce and publish " The First Nakaa Nanotechnology Network Book in Nanoscience and Nanotehnology".


The competition idea goes around producing a book about Nanotechnology concerned with an " Introduction to Nanotechnology" and " General applications on Nanocience and Nanotchnology " beside reseach papers written by those who are experts in nanotechnology discussing Nanotechnology appliations in different fields and recent advances i Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.


NNN draws professional scholars from a wide range of disciplines in scientific fields to address Nanoscience and Nanotechology in ways that readers within and beyond the academy find valuable.


Book Items


  • The book will contain Review  articles which show An Introduction to Nanotechnology and other Review articles which discuss General Applications of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
  • The book will also contain Research papers witten by experts in Nanotechnology discussing Nanotechnology appliations in different fields and recent advances in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
  • Either Rewiew articles or Research papers must be written in English language.



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Comment by Wesam Ahmed Tawfik on January 10, 2011 at 10:54am

you are welcome Wael

It is a pleasure to have you as a participant in the book. Just send your papers or review articles for evaluation and we hope that you will be one of our great winners.

best regards

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Comment by Wael Ahmed on January 10, 2011 at 12:03am
it is a good idea to learn about nanotech. for beginers and those would like to go into the field. I recommend it and support it. i could send some of papers in this direction to give a hand but unfortentlly i cannot join you becouse i am now in germany and i am busy with finishing my PhD degree but i would strongly like to attain any further meetings later on. thanks

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