Full steam ahead

Jones, Philippa
January 2008
ICIS Chemical Business;1/14/2008, Vol. 273 Issue 2, p28
Trade Publication
The article focuses on government aid for nanotechnology. It reports that funding is a key requirement and different regions of the work are addressing this need in different ways. Archana Jayarajah of Frost & Sullivan says that governments are an important source of funding especially for research areas. She says that the U.S. Federal government channels its funding for nanotechnology research and development through the National Nanotechnology Initiative, a program that coordinates work on nanotechnology science.


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