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November 27th, 2003

Nanotechnology Gets $3.7 Billion Federal Backing

Abstract:
In what some call the biggest commitment to technology research in 40 years, President Bush is expected next week to sign a law establishing a federal office for nanotechnology. "This is a fair equivalent to the earliest days when NASA was created," said F. Mark Modzelewski, executive director of the NanoBusiness Alliance, a trade group. (more on earlier articles)

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