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September 25th, 2003

BSU thinks small with opening of center

Abstract:
Honoring a commitment he made weeks ago, Gov. Joe Kernan joined physicists, chemists and electrical engineers from around the state Wednesday in helping Ball State University celebrate the opening of its new Center for Computational Nanoscience. "The last couple of weeks have been very difficult on all of us who call Indiana home," said Kernan, who recently succeeded the late Gov. Frank O'Bannon. "But I wanted to be here because I think this sends a strong message about the direction that Indiana is headed in."

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