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October 25th, 2006
Federal Investments Drive Nascent Nanosensor Technology Sector
Frost & Sullivan finds in its study Advances in Nanosensor Technologies that nanosensor technology development, in most cases at an early stage of the development cycle, offers capabilities that will prove useful in a wide range of functions.
"The investments made by governments into basic research by funding national laboratories, or through grants to university research programs, will help the development of nanosensor technology, at two levels," explains Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Rahul Nayar. "It will help generate basic knowledge bases that product and technology development must rest on, and the funding also enables critical early stage R&D driving the progress of nanosensor technology."
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