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March 4th, 2005

Tekes proposes FP7 research priority dedicated to industry

Abstract:
Tekes, Finland's technology agency, has called for the introduction of an entirely new thematic priority in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) for EU research: 'R&D as a tool to renew strong existing industries'.

The agency's proposals for the thematic priority 'nanotechnology, new materials and processes' would see it extended to address wood-related chemistry; new materials for welfare and electronics; bioprocesses; nanostructured soft materials; nanobiomaterials and device integration; and new processes for the purification of nanoscale objects.

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