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September 11th, 2003
UCLA's CMISE partners with Raytheon
In a move expected to revolutionize the world of defense technology, Raytheon has formed a partnership with UCLA's Institute for Cell Mimetic Space Exploration, known as CMISE, combining private industry with the academic research institution to dramatically enhance the capability of defense applications using nanotechnology. This collaboration is funded by Raytheon and the UC Discovery Fund, which is headed by Susanne Huttner, associate vice provost and executive director, University of California, and director of the Systemwide Biotechnology Research and Education Program.
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