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January 20th, 2005
UK firms form nanotech group
A new industry group called MUST (Micro & Nano UK SMEs Together) has been launched.
MUST was formed earlier this month at the Institute for Electrical Engineering’s ‘MNT for SME’ (Micro and Nanotechnology Technology for Small and Medium Enterprises) event at Oxford University’s Begbroke Science Park. The group was formed to represent the views, interests and issues facing firms involved in exploiting MNT.
Begbroke Science Park
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