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October 29th, 2003

Profs say growing nanotech research at 'U' goes unnoticed

Abstract:
At the University, professors in chemistry, physics, engineering and medicine have been performing research in nanotechnology for at least a decade. After successes in receiving grants and discovering new concepts, some researchers say the University should better publicize its developments. Over the past few years, faculty members have won federal grants supporting research in nanotech - the practice of manipulating, engineering and ultimately understanding the workings of molecular structures.

Source:
The Michigan Daily

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