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March 24th, 2004

After the bill: budget a bit short, but network coming together

Abstract:
With the January release of the Bush administrationís budget proposal, nanotech supporters got the first signal of whether the money will follow the recent enactment of a bill codifying the federal governmentís nanotechnology activities into law. The billís supporters say they are satisfied that the administration has shown its commitment to nanotech in its fiscal year 2005 budget, released Feb. 2 - even if the proposed funding fails to match the amounts authorized by the nanotech legislation.

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