NSF, EC will cooperate on some nanotech programs

from the International-nanotech dept.
In another sign of the expanding internationalization of nanotechnology-related research and development, the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and the EC announced in a press release (3 December 2001) an expanded a program of workshops and funding of mutual research goals in materials science, to include nanotechnology. Under the cooperative program, research goals will be determined jointly by U.S. and European researchers. NSF grants will support the U.S. side of research teams in areas such as surface structure and thin films, carbon nanotubes and the role of defects in materials. The EC will fund the Europeans' participation. The new program expands on a previous agreement that began in 1998.

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