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September 13th, 2007
EU biggest public investor in nanotechnology
The EU is the world's largest public investor in nanotechnology, a new report has revealed.
The European Commission invested €1.4bn to 550 projects in the field of nanosciences and nanotechnology under the EU's 6th Research Framework Programme, representing a third of total public funding in Europe for technology.
It is the world's largest single funding agency, according to a report focussing on the 2005 Action Plan for Nanotechnology.
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