The Nanotechnology Center at the University of Jordan (UJ) organized on Wednesday the "Jordan-Nano Symposium 2021", with the participation of a number of experts, researchers and academics.
Director of the center, Dr. Rund Abu-Zurayk, said the three-day symposium aims to exchange expertise in the field. "In addition to being a great opportunity for networking with researchers from diverse disciplines to create research teams to work on finding solutions to national water, environment, health and energy challenges," Abu Zureik added.
The topics discussed in the workshop are in the fields of Nanomaterials, Nanomedicine and Nano-energy.
The symposium include speakers from UJ and other public and private universities in Jordan, Royal Scientific Society, in addition to international participants from Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research, Leibniz Institute for Analytical Sciences - ISAS, University of Basque, and Budapest University of Technology and Economics.