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July 19th, 2005
Brazil needs 'public-private partnerships in nanotech'
Public and private institutions must work closely together if Brazil is to take full advantage of nanotechnology as a tool for industrial development.
So concluded participants at a seminar on 5 July, during the Nanotec 2005 international nanotechnology conference in São Paulo.
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