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September 23rd, 2003

Washington University in St. Louis funds new materials research center

Abstract:
New and improved consumer goods, better planes, vehicles, and electronics, and new biomedical products that could lead to better pharmaceuticals and innovative medical devices are among the objectives of a new, interdisciplinary center in St. Louis. The Center for Materials Innovation will enable collaborators to make basic and applied advances in materials research, eventually touching many aspects of daily life. Nanosynthesis, magnetics and biomedical materials are the initial thrusts of the CMI. The physical focus of the Center is a group of facilities in Crow Hall. This central facility will feature a state- of- the- art nanofabrication lab.

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