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September 14th, 2004

U.S. Leadership in Nanoscience Should Be A Government Priority

Abstract:
Nearly 90% of Americans believe that continued U.S. global leadership in technology is important to
the nation's economy, and more than 76% believe that funding for research into the new fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology should be a priority of both federal and state governments. In an online survey of 400 respondents conducted by GolinHarris, 60% said the government should increase current funding levels for nanotechnology research.

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