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December 22nd, 2003

NSF grant funds OU nanotech programs

Abstract:
Imagine having a tiny magnetic chip inside your sweater or jacket in which your favorite music, books, movies and the entire city phone book is stored. Just a fantasy? Think again. Four Ohio University physicists are working to develop the tiny magnet that could make this and other technological phenomena possible. A new $1.1 million Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research Team (NIRT) grant could bring this concept closer to reality. The four-year grant is funded by the National Science Foundation and will support research and a public outreach program in nanotechnology, a growing field that explores activity at the molecular and sub-molecular level.

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The Athens News

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