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February 22nd, 2005
Developing countries wanting to be part of 'the next industrial revolution' will need to build their capacity for transforming nanotechnology research into commercial ventures, concluded a conference of nanotechnology experts in Trieste, Italy, last week.
The meeting was called by the International Centre for Science and High Technology of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (ICS-UNIDO) to discuss the role that international organisations - and ICS-UNIDO in particular - could play in helping developing nations tackle this emerging field of technology.
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