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February 8th, 2007
The UK has joined forces with India to establish a joint Nanotechnology Working Group to speed up the development of new technologies.
The group will be officially launched within the next two months as part of the government's drive to promote the UK's nanotechnology sector on the international stage.
Nanotechnology has the potential to make scientific strides in various industries. In the IT sector it holds the key to creating smaller, more efficient microchips that will make computers faster and smash existing silicon boundaries.
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