NASA reshuffles nano budget as funds shift to DOE

The 2007 budget released by the President on Monday suggests that energy will be the real focus of increased government funding for nanotechnology, with the largest percentage increase year over year going to the Department of Energy for “basic energy sciences” and “fossil energy.” Taking a big hit:...

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