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November 1st, 2008

CII to push nanotechnology

Abstract:
To make Indian industry a part of the nanotechnology revolution, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has decided to tie up with educational and research institutes in the country under its 10-point action plan.

The CII action plan aims to empower Indian industry to come out with commercial nanotechnology products, which it believes will drive the future of industry worldwide.

The action plan includes awareness creation, training and skills development, technology facilitation and networking and facilitating collaborative projects.

According to CII, it is important for Indian industry to become part of the nanotechnology revolution, which is projected to become a $1 trillion market by 2015.

CII hopes that the action plan will set the stage for Indian industry to excel by providing value added services in nanotechnology.

As part of its action plan, the CII has urged the government to establish a strong network of infrastructure facility to support industry.

Source:
sakaaltimes.com

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