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September 8th, 2003
University expands research with £12million in grants
A grant of £3,945,000 from the Science Research Investment Fund (SRIF) will enable the University of Surrey to extend its nanotechnology research capability. The majority of the grant will be used to buy equipment specifically to fabricate and theoretically model nanoelectronic device structures. While nanolectronics is advancing the materials to be used, device structures, device architectures and device performances have yet to be established, as well as accepted, by the wider community.
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