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November 7th, 2007

NanoforumEULA releases report of fact finding mission of nanotechnology in Mexico

Abstract:
The EU funded NanoforumEULA project just released the report of a fact finding mission visiting Mexico's nanotechnology community including research organizations, companies and government bodies, held end of August this year. Mexico has excellent research groups active in nanotechnology, and no lack of state of the art infrastructure and equipment. However, the country's high nanotechnology potential is mostly untapped, due to a lack of networking and collaborations with other research groups in Mexico, with industry and internationally.

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