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October 7th, 2003
Director chosen for new Focus Center
The Functional Engineered Nano Architectonics Focus Center may have a large name, but what the researchers involved with FENA will be dealing with is pretty small. Kang Wang, electrical engineering professor and founder of the UCLA Nanotechnology Facility, has been chosen to head the Focus Center. FENA is looking at inorganic and organic nanostructures as well as biological molecules on a nanoscale, he said. However, producing nanoscale semiconductors would involve adopting different approaches to production.
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