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March 15th, 2005
Kerala nanotech centre under a cloud
Authorities here have decided to go slow on a proposed nanotechnology center here after two Keralite scientists in the US raised doubts about its feasibility.
Although brothers V.S. Ajithkumar and V.S. Arunkumar insist they are qualified in the field of nanotechnology, a top official said the Kerala government would first seek clearance from the department of science and technology.
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