Iran Nanotechnology Laboratory Network (INLN) was established in 2004 in order to create an appropriate environment for the provision of laboratorial services to academic and industrial researchers, and to better employ the laboratorial capacities of the country.
What does INLN stand for?
INLN stands for Iran Nanotechnology Laboratory Network (est. 2004)
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Iran nanotechnology laboratory network (INLN) was founded in 2004 with the aim of providing an appropriate background for providing laboratory services for the academic and industrial researchers and better exploitation of national laboratory capacities.
The software has been designed according to ISO/IEC17025 by using the consultations of representatives from six major centers that are member of Iran Nanotechnology Laboratory Network.
Meantime, Manager of Iran Nanotechnology Laboratory Network Reza Asadifar said during the ceremony that receiving this certificate will be one of the requirements for laboratories to become a member of the network in following years.
The institute was the first research center confirmed by Iran's Ministry of Sciences, Research and Technology along with Iran Nanotechnology Laboratory Network (INLN) to achieve ISO/IEC 17025 certificate in 2007 for its central laboratories from DAP, German ISO auditing company.