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October 13th, 2006

Government of Sri Lanka plans to introduce Nanotechnology

Abstract:
The Government of Sri Lanka, together with the Ministry of Science and Technology have decided to introduce nanotechnology to Sri Lanka. Minister Professor Tissa Vitharana says his ministry plans to set up a National Nanotechnology Center in the close proximity of Colombo to popularize nanotechnology among the local industrialists to grab overseas trading opportunities.

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