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October 15th, 2003
NSF awards $30m for two nanoscale centers
The National Science Foundation has awarded two grants worth $30 million to university-led research teams to create Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers. The University of California, Los Angeles, is the lead institution and future home of the Center for Scalable and Integrated Nano-Manufacturing. The center, which is receiving nearly $18 million over five years, seeks to develop cost-efficient and reliable methods of nanoscale lithography and manufacturing for nanoelectronics and biomedicine.
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