Ask the scientists about nanotechnology


Ask the scientists about nanotechnology

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Comment by Wesam Ahmed Tawfik on June 19, 2015 at 6:25pm

Naqaa Foundation for scientific Research, Technology and Development would like to invite all of those who are interested in all kinds of innovation to participate in and attend our great event "YES Conference- Young Egyptian Scientists Conference which will be held on Saturday 9 Sep. 2015 which will contain presentations in all fields of scientific innovations, inventions and fields which support new technologies.
Abstracts of not more than 300 words can be sent either in Arabic or English at least by 30 july 2015.
Eligibility criteria:
Age range between 13 to 45 years old
Registration fees for participation are 150 EGP
Registration fees for attendance are 100 EGP
All participants and attendees will receive certificates.
First 10 best topics will be awarded valuable financial awards to support their work

please call at 0111 58 31 6 21 for more information
To register to the conference , Just fill the registration form at

Registration deadline is 3 August 2015
Fees are to be paid at Bank or Post office
Method of Fees payment:
Fees are to be paid to:

Bank name: Faisal Islamic bank of Egypt

Bank branch: Dokkii branch

Account number:23608

Account Name: Wesam Ahmed Tawfik


Bank address: 9 Adel Rostom street from Nile street – Dokkii

you can pay the fees in any other branch but you need to provide the above bank information during payment telling the bank employee that you would like to direct the fees to the above mentioned bank details.

You will receive a payment confirmation sheet from the bank, please scan it and send it to

to confirm your registration and payment.

please call at 002 0111 58 31 6 21 for more information or to be paid personally to:
Ahmed Farag - Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo university: 002 01142886194
Wesam, Vacsera 002 0111 58 31 6 21

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Comment by Wesam Ahmed Tawfik on December 9, 2014 at 11:18am

Nakaa Nanotechnology Network NNN an affilate of Naqaa Foundation for scientific Research, Technology and Development is organizing the third International Conference:


“Nanotechnology, Biotechnology and Spectroscopy: tools of success in the coming Era”


27 -29 March 2015 Cataract Pyramids 5 stars Resort Giza, Egypt


The conference will take place over 3 days, and will be divided into sections that allow focusing on the conference topics.


Call for Oral and Poster Session Abstracts


The Conference will consist of invited oral presentations, oral presentations and poster presentations selected from abstracts. We are now accepting applications for oral and poster presentations.


Authors will be notified of the selection results. Submissions for presentations should include an abstract of no more than 350 words


Written in Times new roman size 12


Abstracts should support one of the topics listed below:


• Nanotechnology and its applications:


1. Medicine


2. Pharmacy


3. Dentistry


4. Biotechnology


5. Diagnosis and imaging


6. Cancer therapy


7. Microbiology


8. Water treatment


9. Agriculture, Marine sciences


10. Nanophysics


11. Nanochemistry


12. Engineering (Mechanics, Electronics, Architecture,…etc) and industry




** Registration



Full Registration



Early Registration Fees:



from 2 Nov. 2014 to 20 Jan. 2015



Category / Nationality Egyptians Foreigners



Attendance 750 L.E 600 USD



Poster presenter 850 L.E 500 USD



Oral Presenter 850 L.E 500USD








Nakaa Members till 31 December 2015 Registration fees: ( If you are not a member, You can still join NNN and enjoy discount )

Category / Nationality Egyptians Foreigners



Attendance 600 L.E 400 USD



Poster presenter 700 L.E 400 USD



Oral Presenter 700 L.E 400USD






• The registration fees include;


1. open buffet Lunches and coffee breaks indicated in the program.


2. Participation to all scientific sessions.


3. Admission to the scientific and commercial exhibition.


4. All congress documentation (congress bag with its contents, name badge, certificate of attendance, congress book)

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Comment by Wesam Ahmed Tawfik on August 31, 2014 at 8:29am

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Comment by Wesam Ahmed Tawfik on October 31, 2013 at 12:13pm
Welcome all,
With respect to the requests of many foreigners who are interested to attend our conference ICNBS EGYPT 2013, as they need some more time to get their visas, especially after opening traveling to Egypt in many countries on 28 Sep. 2013,
 we - the conference organizers - decided to postpone the conference date for only one month to: Friday 29 Nov.- Sunday 01 Dec. 2013.
Registration had been extended till 15 November 2013 either for abstract presenters or for attendees. Hurry up as this may be your last chance to register and attend ICNBS Egypt 2013
Registration fees from 28 October till 5 November either for abstract presenters or for attendees are:
One day registration 275 EGP / 175 USD
2 days registration 500 EGP/ 350 USD
3 days registration 625 EGP / 525 USD 

Registration fees from 6 November till 15 November either for abstract presenters or for attendees are:
One day registration 325 EGP / 225 USD
2 days registration 550 EGP/ 400 USD
3 days registration 700 EGP / 600 USD 
Thanks for your attention and for any inquires, please contact us on emails:
or on mobiles : 002 01115831621 - 002 01123197575
Nakaa Nanotechnology Network NNN
Mobile outside Egypt: 002 0111 58 31 6 21
Mobile inside Egypt: 0111 58 31 6 21

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Comment by Wesam Ahmed Tawfik on August 30, 2013 at 8:22pm

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Comment by Om Shankar Prajapati on October 24, 2012 at 9:38am

Dear Mohdaftab, 

You should read first "Nanomaterials" & Related Application like "Nanofilters" then try to coordinate them.

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Comment by Om Shankar Prajapati on October 24, 2012 at 9:35am

Technology, which deals at atomic level/size.

It is safe, but safety desired at more extent.

It works in probably all applications, but it depends on end user that how he/she want to relate in his/her interest & work (Like it can be used in medicine, coolant,  paint, cleaner, coating agent & many more.....).

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Comment by mohdaftab93 on December 25, 2011 at 8:10am

What are the fundamental subjects i had to had study to do research work in nanotechnology?


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