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Appendix: Biomolecular Materials Research in Other Countries
Pages 31-32

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... It sponsors the Exploratory Research for Advanced Technology (ERATO) program, whose goal is the "creation of advanced technologies and advancing future interdisciplinary scientific activities." There are currently 17 ERATO projects, each of which involves 15 to 20 scientists and is funded for five years at a level of approximately $20 million.
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... Notable among these are the activities in the College de France and the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, the Charles Sadron Institute for Macromolecules in Strasbourg, and the Paul Pascal Research Center in Bordeaux. The Physics and Chemistry Department at the Curie Institute in Paris has been reorganized and has as its charter the development of research in biomolecular materials.

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