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October 20th, 2003
UD develops nanotechnology professorship
The University of Dayton is looking for someone with big ideas about little things. The school, in conjunction with local development and military officials, wants to find a nationally recognized expert in nanotechnology for a newly created professorship. UD, the Dayton Development Coalition and the U.S. Air Force today unveiled their plans to endow the school's Wright Brothers Institute Endowed Chair in Nanomaterials.
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