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March 5th, 2007
Analytica 2008 presents future laboratory trends
Analytica 2008 is also expected to give important new impetus to the field of nanotechnology.
According to Germany's Federal Ministry for Education and Research, all branches of industry will use nanotechnology components and/or techniques in less than ten years.
Nanotechnology has two new business sectors to offer laboratories: on the one hand, the use of nano-particles is expected to create new markets in diagnostics such as chip-based analysis instruments.
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