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March 25th, 2004
Nanoparticles Applications Center Changes Name
Nanoparticles Applications Center (NAC), a center within The Institute for Environmental and Industrial Science (IEIS) at Texas State University - San Marcos, announced today that the organization's board of directors approved a name change to Nanomaterials Applications Center. The new name, effective immediately, will enable the organization to encompass more disciplines in the chemical and materials sciences and enhance its commitment to the advancement of emerging nanotechnologies.
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