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January 29th, 2004
Scientists to receive initial B10m budget
Research into nanotechnology will receive an initial working budget of 10 million baht to cover three core fields as scientists prepare to meet tomorrow to set out a national action plan. Executives said the budget was insufficient to meet their goals of applying nanotechnology to biological, electronic, and material sciences, which were currently under the supervision of three separate government agencies.
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