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August 20th, 2003

Uni gets $7m for future technology

Abstract:
The Australian Research Council yesterday announced it would provide more than $7 million over five years towards a Centre for Functional Nanomaterials. The centre, to be created at the university's St Lucia campus, will be headed by Professor Max Lu from UQ's School of Engineering, an international scholar in the field of nanotechnology.

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The Courier-Mail

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