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IranLabexpo , 2017 ( April​ 24-27 , 2017 ) Tehran , Iran

 IranLabexpo , 2017
 Date:  April 24-27 , 2017
 Venue:  Tehran , Iran
 website:http://iranlabexpo.ir/index.php?lang=2

 Laboratory Equipment and Chemicals Exhibition

The 1st National Laboratory Equipment & Chemical Exhibition was organized by vice-presidency for science and technology of I.R. Iran presidency in May 2013, to support domestic laboratory equipment and chemicals manufacturing, encourage universities and research centers to purchase national productions, also to decline domestic laboratories’ dependency to the imported equipment and materials. Following the previous successful exhibition, the vice-presidency has organized the 2nd National Laboratory Equipment & Chemical Exhibition, from 27th April to 1st May 2014 in the International Permanent Fairground, halls no. 8 and 9.

In this regard, like the previous event, the vice-presidency is going to implement a special support, according to defined criteria, to the research centers and universities which are interested to purchase products in the exhibition.

Those companies which are active in the field of laboratory equipment and chemicals for universities and research centers, in order to register and be aware of participation conditions, could visit our website at www.iranlabexpo.ir. It should be mentioned that, company’s product must be confirmed technically and the company’s role in localization and achievement to equipment manufacturing technology or product synthesis should be approved by the Technical Supervision Unit.

Exhibition Sections

-             Basic Physics

-          General Laboratory Equipment

-          Laboratory Material

-          Biomedical Engineering & Biomaterials

-          Machinery and Equipment in the field of Strategic Technologies

-          Oil & Petrochemistry

-          Electricity, Electronics, Software

-          Civil & Construction

-          Mechanics & Metallurgy

-          Agriculture & Environment

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