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July 11th, 2007
Russian govt to invest over Rbl 4 bln in nanotechnologies in 2007
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.
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