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June 24th, 2007

Nanotech experts launch big push

Abstract:
A UK Nanotechnology Task Force will be launched today in a bid to push research in nanotechnology - the science of the ultra-small - higher up the government priority list, and get the government to change its strategy over research funding. Ian Gibson, the Labour MP who will chair the taskforce said: "Nanotechnology will be the next industrial revolution, but if the UK wants to be a major part of it, the government needs to demonstrate commitment to the science."

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investing.reuters.co.uk

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