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December 9th, 2003
UNM gets $600,000 nanotech grant
The University of New Mexico has been awarded a $600,000 a year, five-year grant to stimulate research in nanotechnology. The grant is part of a $14 million-a-year package that the National Science Foundation has given to UNM and 11 other universities for nanotechnology research. UNM will use the money to run its Center for High Technology Materials and make it available for nanotechnology researchers in the private and academic sectors, says UNM spokeswoman Karen Wentworth.
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