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February 13th, 2004

ECE, CS should be moved by spring

Abstract:
University administration, along with the College of Engineering, has been working to propose a plan for the new Bossone Research Enterprise Center, and the renovated first floor of University Crossings. "The new Bossone Research Enterprise will house externally-funded research programs in nanotechnology, information technology and biotechnology," Department Head of Mechanical Engineering Mun Young Choi said. This will include a state of the art material characterization and analysis facility, research activities for the A.J. Drexel Nanotechnology Institute.

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