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Centre for nanotechnology in the French Alps

Feb 12, 2004 / alpMedia
The first European network for nanobiotechnology, Nano2life, is being co-ordinated in Grenoble/F since February 2. So after Paris Grenoble is now the second largest research centre in France, with 18,200 people working in 200 laboratories.
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The "Highland Nanotechnology Zone" in Grenoble
Nano2life aims to co-ordinate research, training and communication between science and industry. Europe is to assume a leading role in nanobiotechnology against the backdrop of worldwide competition. The partners participating in the project are from Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Slovenia, among others.
Sources and information: French Atomic Energy Commission 02.02.2004 (fr),
Micro and Nanotechnologies Bulletin Vol. 4/No. 2 and 3, p. 12 (en)