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June 26th, 2007

Nanotech Offers Little Science

Abstract:
First Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov has compared the country's nanotechnology program with the Soviet atomic project. Like the atomic project, according to Ivanov, the nanotechnology program will alter the times.

It should be noted that there is one big difference between the Nanotech corporation, spared the requirement to pay taxes and with access to all the state money it needs, and the Soviet atomic project.

The atomic program was headed by the great nuclear physicist Igor Kurchatov.

The nanotechnology project will be headed by Mikhail Kovalchuk, who was unable to gain membership in the Russian Academy of Sciences, and one of two brothers who former State Duma Speaker Ivan Rybkin christened "Putin's wallet."

Source:
themoscowtimes.com

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