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March 5th, 2007
European Research Area - within reach?
Despite changes in Framework Programmes' research priorities over time (from energy or agriculture in the mid-80s to biotech, transport, nanotech and space), information and communciation technologies (ICT) continue to receive the the biggest share of the total R&D budget.
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