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February 13th, 2004
CU researcher wins nanotech grant
A Cornell University assistant professor who received a $400,000 nanotechnology research grant hopes his and others' research will pave the way for better, more affordable devices that couldn't have been fathomed 10 years ago. Farhan Rana, 31, leader of a research group in the electrical and computer engineering department, was one of six New York state grant recipients of the National Science Foundation's CAREER awards program earlier this month.
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