A recent discussion between nanotechnology stakeholders in Bangladesh has concluded that 'application of nanotechnology would enhance industrial and agricultural production at low-cost' for the future development of the country. It was also noted that it can also help bring about 'low-cost solar energy generation, environment conservation, construction sector, precise cancer treatment, medical diagnosis, space travel and defence technology'.
Delegates noted that 'Bangladesh as a small country with a huge population can cash in on the nanotech in agriculture, medical science, energy and water purification'.
Furthermore attendees underscored the 'need for a national nanotech centre, a laboratory and a national forum of nano-scientists to advance research on the areas of nanotech'.
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