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Monthly report on science and technology policy

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Canada's first PM science adviser since the 1970s, 1/ UK innovation reviews offer funding hopes, 2/ Nanotechnology needs a regulator, 3/ Australia launches S&I mapping study outcomes, 4/ Mexico continues upping its standards, 5/ Finland faces slow R&D growth - or a halt?, 6/ German länder leave tech transfer agency, 6/ OECD reports on governance of public research, 7/ US nanotech bill signed into law, 8/ Threats to British biotech from the world leader, 8/ Aid for Iraqi universities, 9/ UN asked not to ban cloning research, 9/ Administering the world's hydrogen economy, 10/ E is for e-Everything: Information summit's plan, 10/ Indian Space Research Organisation: to the Moon, 12

Document Type: Miscellaneous

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3152/147154704781783364

Publication date: January 1, 2004

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