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October 28th, 2010
Sri Lanka - National policy for research and development
The Ministry of Science and Technology has prepared a five year national policy for Science, Technology and Innovation Strategy for Sri Lanka between 2011 and 2015, aiming to achieve at least a 10 per cent increase on high tech products.
Addressing a media briefing yesterday at the Information Department in Colombo, Science and Technology Minister Professor Tissa Vitarana said the aim of the newly formulated plan was to produce goods and services using the world's modern technologies.
He said Nanotechnology would be used to the fullest potential. The ministry expects to use Nanotechnology used by many other countries under this initiative.
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