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February 25th, 2007

India poised for breakthrough in nanotechnology: experts

Abstract:
Indo-US collaboration in broadening the horizons of research in nano and quantum computing will open up new frontiers to speed up data transmission processes and unravel the mysteries of nature, said experts at a seminar here.

The Indo-US Agra workshop on soft, quantum and nano computing (SQUAN-2007) is in the process of producing a shared vision document that will be submitted to the government and lay the foundation of a future partnership between the two countries in this vital sector.

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