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June 15th, 2004
Science Council Sees Bright Future in Nanotechnology
Aiming to boost Taiwan high-tech innovation and international competitiveness, the National Science Council is set to focus on research and development programs in the pioneering field of nanotechnology and in the application of nano-products. "Nanotechnology is most important scientific development in the 21st century, at least in the first-half of this century," said new NSC Minister Wu Maw-kuen as he spoke to the press yesterday.
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