Nanotech Insight Conference to Provide a Look at the Latest Trends and Discoveries in Nanoscience

Nanotech Insight (NTI), scheduled for February 27-March 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt, will provide a look at the
latest trends and discoveries in nanoscience. The conference will feature keynote lectures from some of the
worldʼs leading speakers in the field. They will discuss the international nanotech industry with the latest
practical developments, as well as the technological, scientific and social aspects of nanometer scale

Distinguished expert speakers with extensive backgrounds from the global nanotechnology community will
share their research with industry executives. Previous speakers included Chad Mirkin (Northwestern
University, USA), Wilheim Huck (University of Cambridge, UK), Paul Hansma (U. California, Santa Barbara)
and Hari Manoharan (Stanford University, USA), among others. NTI 2011 will feature an introductory lecture
on water opportunities for nanotechnology in the Middle East in addition to lectures on the topics listed

Characterization and manipulation
Nano Ethics / Environmental Impact

Dr. Mohamed Abdel-Mottaleb, Chairman of SabryCorp, the organizer of the event, reports that the event ʻwill
offer a forum for both scientific discussions and networking in order to forge lasting global partnershipsʼ. He
adds that the cost-saving and ecological benefits of these new materials enable nanotechnology ʻto play a
significant role in the future of both developed and developing nationsʼ.

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For additional information on the conference, or SabryCorp Ltd. visit:

ABOUT SabryCorp - SabryCorp is a consulting company specialized in Nanotechnology and is the first
scientific consultancy based in the Middle East and Africa. SabryCorp offers a wide range of services from
targeted consulting reports to the management and implementation of full-scale nano projects (including
establishing laboratories and research centers), to establishing a "nano roadmap" for the Middle East.

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