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April 11th, 2007
NIST to award $60 million for advanced technology proposals
Despite uncertainty about the future of the Advanced Technology Program (ATP), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) -- which manages the program -- will hand out approximately $60 million in this year's competition.
The four technological focus areas are advanced and complex systems, challenges in advanced materials and devices, 21st-century manufacturing, and nanotechnology.
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