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April 21st, 2006
Nanotechnology - The United Kingdom and Japan
Interview with Ms. Philippa Rogers Former Counsellor, Science and Technology, British Embassy. During her four years as a counsellor, she made tremendous efforts to coordinate cooperation in fundamental research and industry between the UK and Japan in nanotechnology. We had a chance to interview her before she left Japan in December 2005. We asked about her contributions towards international cooperation in nanotechnology, issues of science and society and future prospects of nanotechnology between the UK and Japan.
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