SabryCorp is deeply committed to our clients, partners and communities. We believe in the importance of giving back to the communities in which we live and are committed to bringing nanoscience to emerging economies in a planned, effective and sustainable way.
Nanotechnology will have a global effect. SabryCorp therefore fosters global dialogue to envision a sustainable and responsible nanoscience whose benefits will be shared equally by all. Research in nanoscience is exploding and the development of numerous key enabling technologies by nanoscience will lead to far-reaching changes in our lives. This offers us great hope: a chance for a cure to cancer, quick and affordable medical diagnostic systems, cheaper and cleaner fuel supplies, access to clean water, and perhaps it is our best chance to overcome poverty and environmental degradation. Nanotechnology offers many cost-effective solutions for issues common to developing countries, but as with any new science, there are also risks involved. SabryCorp therefore believes in bringing nanoscience to emerging economies in a planned, effective and sustainable way. We believe development can only take place when businesses, researchers and the public are all on the same page.
To this end, SabryCorp been organizing a non-profit CSR program for the past two years to educate Egyptian youth about the benefits of science and innovation. The in2nano progam is designed to ignite the minds of Egyptian youth to understand how they can offer solutions for their future. in2nano helps the students develop a passion for science, but also for knowledge and creativity more generally. The program consists of giving lectures and workshops on technology and science with emphasis on experimentation and trial and error. By encouraging teamwork and creativity, students will learn to reach beyond the limitations of yesterday into a brighter tomorrow. The future is theirs, we have to help them reach it.
NanoTech Insight (Cairo, 2013)
Our signature conference, Nanotech Insight (NTI), is the first nanotechnology conference organized in the Middle East, back in 2005 in Luxor, Egypt. In 2013, NTI will return to Cairo, newer and bigger than ever, in a multi-session event featuring specialized tracks targeting areas of particular relevance to the Middle East in addition to the general nanoscience sessions: Energy, Construction, Water and Agriculture, and Petroleum. read more