Dr. Bahmani pointed to the successful holding of the nanotechnology for health, new fisheries and value added event (Hackathon) and mentioned: This Hackathon, in the field of nanotechnology and its relation to fisheries and consumer health, was held at the Iran University of Medical Sciences and important ideas were raised during the event. The director of the Iranian Fisheries Science and Research Institute added: According to discussions with the head of the university, the partnerships of the two organizations were intended not only to provide scientific papers and to broaden the field of pure science, but also the output of those collaborations that best emerged at the Hackathon event should be able to introduce new aquatic products to the consumer market and ultimately guarantee the health of the community. The use of various components of aquatic organisms to produce value - added products is another important issue to consider.According to the director of the Iranian Fisheries Science and Research Institute, as part of the collaboration, important subjects in the field of fisheries sciences are to be announced to the Iran University of Medical Sciences so that interested students can use these topics in their dissertation. He continued: Of course, in addition to covering fisheries and aquaculture, these issues should also be related to areas such as the production of pharmaceuticals and health products or workplace hygiene. According to the report, it was decided that the Iranian Fisheries Science and Research Institute should design and execute specialized projects in the field of fisheries sciences in the coming year in the context of the Hackathon event.