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April 21st, 2004

Worldwide Government Policy Supporting Nanotechnology R&D

Abstract:
Research and Markets has announced the addition of Worldwide Government Policy and Initiatives in Nanotechnology 2004 to their offering. Governments and research bodies worldwide are strongly supporting both the research and development of nanotechnology, with over 30 countries initiating national initiatives. The United States leads the way and will be allocating over $800million in funding to the 2004 National Nanotechnolgy Initiative (NNI).

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