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‘Fundamentals of Nanotechnology’ webinars kicks off today


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A comprehensive briefing on nanotechnology will be delivered through a series of webinars on the topic, set to kick off today. Organised by the Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology (SLINTEC) in conjunction with the Ministry of Technology and Research, the webinars, which are open to the public, will address the ‘Fundamentals of Nanotechnology’ from 4 to 8 November. The webinars, which coincide with the upcoming Science Week, are aimed at popularising nanotechnology among industries and the public. Presentations will be delivered by SLINTEC senior officials Prof. Veranja Karunaratne, Prof. K. M. Nalin de Silva, Dr. Dinara Gunasekara and Dr. Shehan de Silva and will be followed by a question and answer session. More information on the webinar is available at http://slintec.lk/webniar.

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