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January 30th, 2004
Photonics centre wins contracts and looks to bright future
The former Corning Research Centre, which was taken over by the East of England Development Agency last year, has won several major contracts including one with the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to supply four universities with components. CIP is aiming to be the UK's leading facility for applications of integrated Photonics, Micro and Nanotechnology.
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