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July 11th, 2007

Russian govt to invest over Rbl 4 bln in nanotechnologies in 2007

Abstract:
The Russian government plans to invested 4.2 billion roubles in nanotechnology research and development in 2007.

Education and Science Minister Andrei Fursenko will address the government on Thursday with a report on the development of nanotechnology infrastructure in 2008-2010.

"The acceleration of work on nanotechnology is aimed at implementing strategic national projects," the government press service said on Wednesday.

Source:
itar-tass.com

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