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|Born||August 19, 1989|
|Known for||Writer of "Gerçek Burada" (Truth is Here) book|
Hakan Hançer is a Utrecht, Netherlands (August 19, 1989) born Turkish-Russian 3d artist, scientific researcher and writer. He is the writer of "Gerçek Burada" (Truth is Here) book (2019). He has been known in national press as one of the most successful young researcher in Turkey. He discovered the first COVID-19 and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) four new glycoprotein (gp120) relationships in the pandemic of 2019-2020 in Turkey. 
Hakan Hançer became a 3d artist at and teacher at Bilge Adam Academy age of 19 and later he started her researcher and writer career. Then over the years, he started working on his own nuclear energy projects and microgrid (also known renewable energy projects) systems. Also he interested in aviation history, military techonology and concept vechicle design. Now it is known that he writing his new book "Fight With The Future" (2020). He received copyright support for historical content for his new book, from the world's largest museum and research complex Smithsonian Institute.
- "3D Total, Hakan Hançer: 3D generalist interview".
- "ATAYURT Yayınevi".
- "ODATV "Agent Orange'ı NedenKonusmuyoruz"".
- "ATA Sesi TV Hakan Hançer Live Interview: Gelecekle Savaş Covid19 (2020)".
- "University of Delhi: Uncanny similarity of unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag (2020)".
- "Making Of "Scorpion Patrol" - using 3DTotal Textures (2011)".
- "İNCİRLİK ÜSSÜ, AVRUPA ve TERMONÜKLEER SİLAHLAR".
- "DARPA ve ABD Ordusunda XOS Exoskeleton Bio-Mekanik Askerler".
- "Hope Sci-fi Artwork (Mars Republic) 3D Total Excellece Award (2016)".
- "Scorpion Patrol Sci-fi Artwork, 3D World Magazine Gallery (2011)".
- "Scorpion Patrol Sci-fi Artwork (2011), 3D Total Excellence Award "".
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