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April 4th, 2007
Researchers from the Public University of Navarre are taking part in Nanoret, a European research project for the study and development of nanomaterials and the budget for which is 557,000 euros. Involved in this research are 25 researchers from Spanish universities, from a French research centre and from two business companies.
The 25 European researchers in Nanoret come from the University of La Rioja, which is leading the project, the Public University of Navarre, the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Toulouse, INSA (France), the technology-base Rioja company, Avanzare and the French firm, Nanomeps. The project has been funded by the European Union (FEDER) and by the rest of the bodies involved.
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