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May 3rd, 2004
New report urges French government to focus on nanotechnologies
A report published recently by the French Academies of Science and Technology has urged the French government to set up a 'national research programme', if it wants to avoid being 'a metro too late' for the small tech revolution. The report, called 'Nanoscience, Nanotechnology', advocates the creation of a National Agency for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology', which would centralise research initiatives and provide leadership structure to French nanotechnology research.
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