Russia’s Policy and Position in Nanotechnologies: Medium-Term View

#7. Foresight Boom
Russia's Policy and Position in Nanotechnologies: Medium-Term ViewRussia's Policy and Position in Nanotechnologies: Medium-Term ViewRussia's Policy and Position in Nanotechnologies: Medium-Term View

The article analyzes and discusses changes in the geopolitical landscape related to nanotechnologies, medium-term results and contradictions of the Russian nanotechnology policy, negative aspects of the “administrative obsession” with quantitative metrics.

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