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February 8th, 2010
A fully-fledged Nano Centre worth Rs 700 million at the Sri Lanka Institute of Nano technology (SLINTEC) is now ready to give Sri Lanka a new competitive advantage as an emerging innovative industrial power by using research and development to infuse nanotechnology based solutions into local industries.
SLINTEC CEO, Ravi Fernando said that the Sri Lanka nano technology initiative was launched in 2007 with the setting up of a nanotechnology company NANCO with BOI status and NANCO will become a holding company in the proposed science park in Homagama on a 60 acre land where new nanotechnology inventions will be commercialized by interested private sector companies by 2012.
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