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April 20th, 2005
Wales bids for trillion pound technology market
The UK-LMC will receive grants totalling £2.4m from the Welsh Assembly Government and the DTI to help industry exploit the benefits of laser micro-processing methods in emerging micro- and nano-technology applications.
The Manufacturing Engineering Centre (MEC) at Cardiff University will receive grants totalling £3.8m to investigate innovative ways of developing products, including medical diagnostic equipment.
UK Laser Micro-machining Centre
Manufacturing Engineering Centre (MEC)
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