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June 23rd, 2004
Interview: Marburger defends R&D policies
Marburger: There are other fields where we're probably more vulnerable to being matched in innovations by some other countries, and we have to pay attention to those, and those should be made priorities, and in whatever funding context we have, we should divert money to those things. Q: Can you specify? A: Sure. Nanotechnology is a good one, and energy-related technologies.
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