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January 7th, 2005
Europeans see nano impacting industry, everyday life
The vast majority of Europeans believe nanotechnology will impact industry and everyday life in Europe within a decade, according to a survey conducted for the European Commission. Almost half predicted Europe would face a shortage of qualified workers before 2015, and most supported more funding for interdisciplinary education and research.
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