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November 14th, 2007
The British government's Department for Innovation, Universities & Skills (DIUS) has topped off its research investment funds with some $200 million to bankroll industry-academic R&D projects in new technology.
The seven areas covered networked enterprise; oil and gas technologies; plastic electronics, materials processing, and systems integration; smart, bioactive, and nanostructured materials for health; low-carbon-energy technologies; design engineering and advanced manufacturing; and lightweight materials and structures.
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