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March 28th, 2005

Prognosis is clear: too few chemists

Australia faces a looming shortage of chemists that could endanger the emerging bio-technology and nanotechnology industries, fields that are expected to shape the nation's future economic growth.

A report by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute - The Future of Chemistry Study: Supply and Demand of Chemists - has found Australia is not training enough chemists to meet the needs of the $30 billion industries that employ them.


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