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March 17th, 2004

U.T. and Sandia set to announce research collaboration

Abstract:
Officials from the University of Texas System in Austin and its campuses in Dallas, Richardson and Arlington are being unusually tight-lipped on the details, but the state system is expected to announce on March 19 "a memorandum of understanding for collaboration on research and other activities" with Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico. " ... will allow the research facilities in Albuquerque and those in the U.T. System to share Homeland Security research in biotechnology, nanotechnology and microsystems and engineering sciences ..."

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