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February 12th, 2004

UT Tyler research receives recognition

Abstract:
Research in nanotechnology conducted by Dr. Robert Greendyke, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at UT Tyler, has received national recognition. He has been working in conjunction with NASA Johnson Space Center to simulate the production of nanotubes so that the physics of their formation will be better understood.

Source:
East Texas Review

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