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November 21st, 2005
China not, after all, #2 in nanotechnology - Lux Research
Richard Jones: My post on Wednesday about the reported claim that China was now #2 in nanotechnology in the world, as measured by output of nanoscience publications, brought a detailed and useful response by email from Matthew Nordan from Lux Research.
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