India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has unveiled a road map to tap the immense potential of nanotechnology, including a Rs 600 crore ($133.3 million) nano foundry to be established in either Bangalore or Hyderabad, in partnership with the country’s premier academic institutions. India already has a Rs 1,500 crore ($333 million) national program for nanotechnology, launched through various science and technology centers. W. Selvamurthi, DRDO’s head of life ...

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