Saudi Arabia commits 130 million SAR to establish nanotech institute and research center

King Saud University’s allocation of 100 million Saudi Arabia Riyals (SAR; around US $27 million), a donation of 30 million SAR (US $8 million), and approval by King Abdullah all mean that a nanotechnology institute is scheduled to be set up in the newly named Riyadh Techno Valley, according to an ...

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