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January 9th, 2006
GAP Forum on Commercialising Nanotechnology 2006
The GAP Forum on Nanotechnology 2006 will help its delegates gain the most informed view of possible business applications of nanotechnology, will promote the positive image of nanobusiness, will create practical economic outcomes by providing product alternatives for governments, suppliers and consumers, and will develop the initial agenda for a National Consultative Committee of stakeholders, which will implement the recommendations arising from the Forum.
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