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October 21st, 2003
Georgia Tech gets $36M for Nanotechnology Research Center
Georgia Tech will soon have its very own nanotechnology research and development center thanks to a $36 million pledge from an anonymous donor. Gov. Sonny Perdue announced the new center on Oct. 21 as part of the Georgia Technology Celebration event at the Cobb Galleria. Perdue said the new center will put Georgia in strong competition with other major technology research institutions such as MIT, Stanford, Cornell, Purdue, The University of Illinois and UC Berkeley.
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