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January 22nd, 2008
Angara stressed that progress came from science, technology, and innovation. He predicted that in the next few years, STI in the fields of information and communication technology, nanotechnology, and biotechnology would be at the forefront of what would move the world forward.
"We cannot join in this great movement if we don't address the basic problems that confront us," he said.
Angara thus batted for building educational foundation for excellence in math and science, investing adequately in research and development, and developing a vast pool of technically-trained workers with world-class skills.
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