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November 7th, 2005
Create a 'science cadre'
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Monday urged public sector and private companies engaged in research to create at least 1,000 well paying jobs a year to attract youngsters to a career in science.
Kalam identified nanotechnology -- with its promise of early diagnosis and treatment of diseases like cancer, solar photovoltaic cells for cheaper and reliable energy, nuclear energy, bio-fuel energy -- among the areas that hold potential for India to emerge as a major research and development hub.
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