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June 30th, 2004
German science budget cheers
Scientists in Germany have welcomed the government's announcement on Wednesday (June 23) that it will increase spending on science and research this year by 3.6%. Priorities include nanotechnology, biotechnology, and medical research. "Nanotechnology is vital because it will play a role in almost every industry in the future," Barbara Dufner, a spokeswoman of the Federal Ministry for Education and Research, told The Scientist.
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