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November 28th, 2006

'India lagging behind in nanotech applications'

Abstract:
India has fallen behind in nanotechnology application as investors are reluctant to fund this area of research though it can open up new frontiers in industrial applications, scientists at an workshop here said.

Source:
hindu.com

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