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June 24th, 2007
The EuroNanoForum with the theme "Nanotechnology in Industrial Applications" was held last week in Dusseldorf, one of the last official events hosted by the German Presidency of the EU.
With EUR54 billion committed to the Seventh Financial Protocol (FP7), and EUR1.5 billion going for nanotechnological research, this will be by far the greatest amount of funding ever given out by the EU, even more than funding the Common Agricultural Policy, as Europe tries to catch up with the Lisbon targets and struggles to keep up with world competition.
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