No. 13 of Session 2003-04, dated 20 January 2004
CHANGE OF DATE:
FIFTH EVIDENCE SESSION
Government Support for Nanotechnology
This evidence session will now take place on:
Wednesday 28 January
at 10.15am in Committee Room 6
Lord Sainsbury of Turville, Minister for Science and Innovation, Department of Trade and Industry
Sir Keith O'Nions, Director General of the Research Councils
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Notes for Editors
Under the terms of Standing Order No. 152 the Committee is empowered to examine the Aexpenditure, policy and administration of the Office of Science and Technology and its associated public [email protected] The Committee was appointed on 12 November 2001.
The Committee's inquiry was announced on 2 July 2003 in press notice 36 of the session 2002-03.
This is the final evidence session in this inquiry. A Report is expected before Easter.