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February 22nd, 2005
Nanotechnology Revolution Needs to Focus on Business
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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