Billions in investments buoy nanotech projects in Australia

11/30/2004 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Several dozen research groups are working on nanotechnology projects in Australia, backed in part by some of the billions of dollars being invested in the nascent science around the world. The Bush administration has earmarked $3.5 billion to nanotechnology research, a large portion of which is reserved for biological and medical technology, while Europe, Japan and Australia also are moving forward with national nanotech research programs.

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