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November 5th, 2003

Oklahoma aims to make strides with nanotechnology initiative

Garbed in a white lab coat, Charles Seeney looked every bit the scientist as he stood in a small laboratory and held up a plastic jar that contained a tiny sliver of the future. "These are magnetic nanoparticles," Seeney said as he held a magnet over the jar and moved it back and forth. "They are agglomerates." Magnetic nanoparticles are just one technology that has emerged from ongoing nanotechnology research in Oklahoma that has the potential to change the world, said Arthur "Skip" Porter, dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma.


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