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December 16th, 2003
UNM gets $3M nanotech grant
In the world of things incredibly small, the University of New Mexico has become very big. UNM, along with 12 other major U.S. research universities, has been selected by the National Science Foundation as a regional center for nanotechnology research. The school received a five-year, $600,000-a-year grant to help spur nanotechnology research. The grant is part of a $14 million annual award that the Science Foundation is spending on nanotechnology development.
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