SabryCorp , New Trend to Teach Nano Science for Kids

An amazing step in Egypt , approaching Nano Culture for kids , by SabryCorp. I think this will encourage Education system to include Nano Science and Technology into scholastic forum . Follow the link to see more..
http://www.sabrycorp.com/co/2010/

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Comment by Nihal AbdelWahab Amer on December 5, 2010 at 6:47pm
In order to keep up with the pace of these technologies, our youth need to have early exposure to these new ideas, to provide them the skills necessary to excel in higher education and the real world.

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Comment by Nihal AbdelWahab Amer on December 5, 2010 at 6:11pm
Teaching principles of nanotechnology for kids in Egypt is a very important step for thier educational development and progress.

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Comment by Tarek El Afandy on December 2, 2010 at 8:34am
in2nano high school club
on the road of life you lead or follow or get out of the way. In2nano, the NanoClub for Egypt’s aspiring teens is a well planned attempt to put them in the lead.
http://www.in2nano.sabrycorp.com/conf/in2nano/08/Program/Overview.cfm

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