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February 23rd, 2006

Nanotechnology set to grow

Abstract:
A hi-tech Scottish manufacturing firm has revealed it hopes to make it big by thinking small. Glenrothes-based nanotechnology specialist Semefab believes a new 15 million project will help it become an international centre of excellence for the design and development of the tiny technology. The company hopes the cash boost for developing a variety of micro-machines will lead to major advances in medicine, security and defence and has teamed up with academics throughout Scotland on the project, which is receiving Scottish Enterprise and DTI funding. (8th article)

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