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December 15th, 2005

Commission set to boost nanotechnology research in Europe

Although the European nanotechnology industry is faring pretty well compared to its main competitors, concerted efforts are needed to ensure the emerging gap with the US does not widen, says the Commission, fearing that the fragmentation of European research in the area will make the region lose its competitive edge.


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