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March 30th, 2005
Big Money For Small Science
£20 million funding to harness the commercial potential of micro and nanotechnology (MNT) was announced today by Lord Sainsbury, Science and Innovation Minister.
Eight projects across the UK will benefit from nearly £20m, from the DTI's MNT Capital Facilities Programme, to help build new advanced manufacturing facilities that will help develop revolutionary new products and services.
Applied Microengineering Ltd
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