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June 13th, 2005
US$21.8m boost for Pakistani science and technology
Pakistan has increased by 80 per cent the funds it gives the Ministry of Science and Technology each year to spend within the framework of the country's Public Sector Development Programme.
Sheikh said that to keep pace with other developing countries the emphasis would be on emerging fields such as genetic engineering, renewable energy, nanotechnology, remote sensing, microelectronics, robotics and space science.
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