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September 26th, 2005
SA centre wins grant
Meanwhile, at the Workshop on Advanced Materials (WAM) at the University of Stellenbosch, scientists from around the world discussed the possibility of using nanotechnology in the treatment of cancer.
Laura Vatta, a PhD student in the department of chemistry and polymer science at Stellenbosch University, said a lack of funding, though, meant South Africa was trailing behind in nanotechnology research.
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