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July 22nd, 2004

Europe shows progress, despite low nano funding

Europe needs to get cracking if it wants to benefit from the small tech revolution and reap the jobs expected to come with it. That’s the message of a strategy document the European Commission adopted in May. Several events this summer indicate there is a receptive audience for its message. The document, called “Towards a European Strategy for Nanotechnology,” concedes Europe has established a strong small-tech knowledge base, but points out that the region is failing to appropriately translate this into commercially viable products.


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