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June 1st, 2010
NCP’s five-day nanotechnology workshop starts
More investment in the higher education sector can help promote scientific and research culture in Pakistan, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Science & Technology Dr. Ishfaq Ahmad said here on Monday.
He stated this while addressing the opening session of a five-day international workshop on ‘Applications of Nanotechnology' organised by the National Centre for Physics (NCP) in collaboration with United States National Science Foundation.
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