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March 4th, 2005
Tekes proposes FP7 research priority dedicated to industry
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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