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March 18th, 2005
Norwegian Fund for R&I to increase to NOK 50B
The Norwegian Government plans to raise total investment in research to three per cent of GDP by 2010, one per cent of which will come from public funding. It is proposed that the Norwegian Fund for Research and Innovation be increased to NOK 50 billion.
... the Government will focus especially on: energy and the environment, health, oceans and food, and on three areas of technology – materials and nanotechnology, biotechnology and information and communication technology.
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