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July 15th, 2007
263 Sri Lankans among 2400 NASA scientists
A national Nano technology centre and a laboratory will be set up at a 50 acre site in Homagama where construction work will begin this year. It will be ready in three years, the minister said.
He added that by introducing this technology Sri Lanka will be able to leap frog successfully meeting the future challenges in the modern world.
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