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March 6th, 2007
The Øresund Region seeks world-class research
"There is a need for three such plants. The USA and Japan will soon start building, and there is a consensus that a third plant is needed, which is to be located in Europe. We are aiming at having Sweden to host it," says Sweden's Minister of Education and Research Lars Lejonborg.
An ESS plant is a multi-scientific project working with material science, biotechnology, nanotechnology, energy technology and IT hardware.
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