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June 26th, 2005
A strategic plan has been drafted by the National Nanotechnology Centre to make the country an Asean leader in nanotechnology research and development (R&D). The 10-year plan not only sets guidelines for Thailand’s nanotechnology development, but also creates cluster platforms among researchers, institutes and industries.
Centre director Wiwat Tanthapanichakoon said the draft was nearly complete and would be sent to the National Nanotechnology Committee next month before going to the Cabinet for approval. It should be announced as the country’s master plan in the next few months.
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