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April 9th, 2003
UW, PNNL initiate a nationwide effort to bolster nanotech education
An effort initiated by the University of Washington to broaden the scope of education in one of science's hottest and most rapidly evolving fields has attracted a national audience of researchers. So far, 27 universities from across the country have signed on to participate in the "Intensive Courses in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology."
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