Alberta, Canada, joins global trend of directing nanotech funds towards commercialization

The government of Alberta, Canada, recently announced that it has allocated $15 million, via the nanoWorks program, to help companies commercialize products based on nanotechnology. Specifically, the program, which is operated by the Alberta Ingenuity Fund, strives to increase industry-based researc...

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