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December 27th, 2003
Scientists ponder incredible inventions in tiny packages
Simon Fraser University materials chemist Hua-Zhong (Hogan) Yu says the science of making great things come in smaller and smaller packages has made nanoscience a new focus of research funding and conferences. Yu and two other SFU scientists, physicist John Bechhoefer and biochemist Dipankar Sen, recently received one of nine new $200,000 federal grants for nano research. The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) awarded the grants nationally under its new program, Nano Innovation Platform. It was created to help put Canada on the nano world map.
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