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September 11th, 2003
Graduate Student Research Fellowships
The NFT recently announced its first Graduate Student Research Fellowships to be awarded in January 2004, recognizing excellence in nanotechnology research with potential applications in life sciences and/or energy. NFT supporters, David Nance, CEO of Introgen Therapeutics and past chairman of the Governorís Committee on Technology Transfer, board member Marc Folladori of Fulbright & Jaworski and The Stanford & Joan Alexander Foundation, made the donations that result in these initial grants.
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