Spain and Portugal join nanotech forces
This article was originally published in Clinica
The governments of Spain and Portugal have formally launched a nanotechnology collaboration programme, based at the new Iberian Nanotechnology Institute (INL), in Braga, Portugal. The INL was opened officially last month at a high-profile event, but is due to become fully operational by mid-2010. Housing some 200 scientists, the centre will focus on research into nanotechnology and the development of its main applications, including healthcare. The INL was born from a €100m ($144m) initial investment allocated under a 2005 agreement for the development of joint scientific R&D.
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