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May 13th, 2005
£100M To Back Best of UK Innovation In Scotland
Scottish businesses have the opportunity to turn ideas into commercial success with the latest £100 million competition of the Department of Trade and Industry's pioneering Technology Programme.
Focusing on eight priority areas that include biopharmaceutical bio-processing, emerging energy technologies and micro and nanotechnology, the current competition is part of the bi-annual competition underpinned by a £370 million, three-year government investment to stimulate collaborative research and development.
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