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February 24th, 2004

Research expenditures climb with interdisciplinary growth

Abstract:
Penn State's research expenditures in fiscal 2003 climbed to $545 million buoyed by the University's strength in interdisciplinary projects that involve collaborations by faculty members and students from across the University. Fiscal 2003 is the first year that expenditures from federal agency sources exceeded $300 million. Expenditures from National Science Foundation funds were up 20 percent to $42 million with programs in nano-science and nano-technology primarily responsible for the increase.

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