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September 4th, 2003

UT System, government contemplate partnership

Officials from 3 UT System universities meet with federal government officials to discuss nanotechnology collaboration. A meeting in Albuquerque between university representatives and officials from a well-funded federal laboratory is the next step in a possible partnership between UTA and Sandia National Laboratories.
Officials are exploring ways UTA and two other UT System universities could align existing research programs to complement Sandia projects. The laboratory is owned by the U.S. Department of Energy and focuses on national security-related research.

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