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September 27th, 2004
Faint-hearted financiers fritter our nanotech lead
Australia is at the forefront of nanotechnology but the business sector is not convinced it warrants investment backing, according Sydney University research.
The report, produced by the Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering with assistance from the Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources, finds most business leaders are not ready to make direct investment in nanotechnology.
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