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February 13th, 2004

ANL, Louisiana Universities Find Common Ground

Abstract:
Opportunities for expanded high-tech research collaboration between Louisiana’s research universities and the U.S. Department of Energy’s renowned Argonne National Laboratory were the topic of discussion at a workshop held in Baton Rouge on February 12. The idea behind the workshop was to facilitate interaction among Argonne’s scientists and researchers from Louisiana universities to identify opportunities for research collaboration in the exciting and growing fields of micro- and nano-technology.

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