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March 30th, 2004

Deshpande Center Unveils Newest Grant Round

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The MIT Deshpande Center for Technological Innovation announced today that it has issued its newest grant round. The Deshpande Center awarded 8 grants selected from 38 proposals. The four Ignition grants, which fund proof of concept explorations, and four Innovation Program grants, which help reduce technical and market risk around promising innovations, total $612,000. The grants were awarded to MIT faculty in the School of Engineering and support a wide range of emerging technologies such as low-cost medical devices, microfluidics, radio frequency MEMS, nanomanufacturing, and privacy for portable electronics.

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