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January 7th, 2004

NFT Awards Grants for Outstanding Graduate Research

Abstract:
Nanotechnology Foundation of Texas is recognizing work being done by two Texas graduate students working in fields related to nanotechnology, the only field of science where the state has a leadership position recognized around the world. These graduate students, who are both working towards a PhD, are the future of science in Texas and in the US. Tobias Hanrath of The University of Texas at Austin will receive the George Kozmetsky Award for Outstanding Graduate Research in Nanotechnology and Yuhuang Wang of Rice University will receive the David G. Nance Award for Outstanding Graduate Research in Nanotechnology.

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