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July 9th, 2003
Halas wins innovator award in fight against breast cancer
The Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program has chosen Naomi Halas of Rice University to receive the prestigious Innovator Award for ongoing research into novel ways to use nanotechnology to diagnose and treat breast cancer. The award includes a four-year, $3 million grant, which Halas will use to develop new noninvasive methods of detecting and eradicating tumors.
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