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May 12th, 2005
Argentina invests US$10 million in nanotechnology
Argentina will invest US$10 million in nanotechnology over the next five years. The funds will go towards building facilities, training personnel and designing and testing products, and the programme will benefit from an agreement with US company Lucent Technologies.
Roberto Lavagna, minister of economy, made the announcement on 29 April, during the formal launch of the Argentinean Nanotechnology Foundation.
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