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October 20th, 2003
Government ups nanotech funding
The Department of Trade and Industry is to spend £40m over the next few months to fund nanotechnology projects, as part of a programme to build up the promising sector in the UK. Last week, the UK Micro and Nanotechnology (MNT) Network, through which the DTI is funding the technology, called for a first round of funding applications, saying it planned to spend up to £15m initially, depending on the quality of submissions.
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