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November 17th, 2003

NSW offers small change to join nanotechnology revolution

Abstract:
NSW is lagging behind other states in funding the nanotechnology revolution, with less than a fifth the investment of Victoria in the area. The Bracks Government committed $12 million last year to establish Nanotechnology Victoria to help support and commercialise local nanotechnology research. The Queensland Government has committed $20 million to establish a $50 million Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology in Brisbane and has chosen a Sydney scientist to head it.

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