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March 12th, 2007
The lack of young people taking up scientific careers is a pan-European rather than UK-specific problem, according to a senior Nokia executive.
Speaking with ZDNet UK shortly after the announcement of a collaboration between Nokia's research team and Cambridge University — with an initial focus on nanotechnology — Dr Tapani Ryhanen said the same story could be told "in Germany or whatever leading EU country".
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