Pollution Absorbing Parking Lots at the Olympics & China’s Plans for Nanotechnology

Pollution Absorbing Parking Lots at the Olympics & China’s Plans for Nanotechnology
Innovation
Sean Leow
  • 19 february 2008

Wired Science’s blog reports from the Advancing Science, Serving Society (AAAS) meeting in Santa Barbara that China has plans to leapfrog the US in nanotechnology. Research in nanotech is one of the four “science Megaprojects” that China is pushing in hopes of catching US research by 2020. This is to be accomplished through a growing investment budget, coupled with a combination of technology transfer from the West and domestic innovation.

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