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July 16th, 2007
Nanotechnology provides the answers: Vitharana
Commenting on what lies ahead in a rapidly changing world he said the nanotechnology provides answers to many development and technological issues as the importance and applicability of nanotechnology in almost every field felt strongly.
Prof. Vitharana made these remarks when he participated in a media presentation and press briefing of the Institute of Engineers of Sri Lanka (IESL) as the Chief Guest recently in Colombo held in connection with "Techno 2007 - Engineering and Technology Exhibition - scheduled to be taken place in October from 19 to 21.
The true role of engineers should be developing innovative ideas in to practical usage for the betterment of the people, the Minister of Science and Technology added.
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