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September 25th, 2005
Product development and manufacturing — not to mention profit margins — across a wide range of industries will be affected by the spread and adoption of nanotechnology in coming years.
But Australia is going to have to be smart about how it approaches the new engineering discipline, according to Treasurer John Brumby.
"Nanoengineered products offer radical new functionality, reduced cost and size and improved efficiencies and reliability," Mr Brumby said ahead of the Living in a Nano World conference, starting in Melbourne today.
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