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October 19th, 2005
High-tech research has high-impact implications for society, economy
New materials, nanotechnologies and novel production processes are among the more exotic research areas supported by the European Union, and they remain a mystery to the public at large. The long-term impact of EU research projects in these fields is explained in the new ‘Research Impacts’ section of Research DG’s Industrial Technologies website.
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