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February 2nd, 2004

Technology programs boosted in 2005 budget request

Abstract:
The U.S. high-tech industry's continuing political clout was evident in the Bush administration's fiscal 2005 budget proposal submitted to Congress on Monday (Feb. 2). According to U.S. officials overseeing federal technology programs, the White House is seeking $132 billion next year for basic research. Nanotechnology research and development funding would reach $1 billion under the spending plan.

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