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August 25th, 2003
Recently, in an interview with “Expert”, academician Mikhail Alfimov discussed a project submitted to the Ministry of Science and Industry's innovation competition, noting that “Today, a lot of people are talking about nanotechnology, nanoprojects, and nanomaterials. Huge money is currently being invested in this area world-wide. But in order to consciously create something novel, scientists need a toolkit that helps research proceed efficiently”.
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