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March 20th, 2003
U.S. House pushes for more nanotechnology research
The U.S. should increase funding for research into nanotechnology, according to the consensus at a U.S. House Science Committee hearing, but the amount of funding a House bill is recommending is higher than the amount requested by President George W. Bush.
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