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April 1st, 2004

UR prof to lead nanoparticle study

Abstract:
A University of Rochester scientist has received a $5.5 million grant to investigate whether the tiny particles of carbon and other materials made in the field of nanotechnology pose a health threat. Günter Oberdörster, UR professor of environmental medicine and director of the university’s EPA Particulate Matter Center, will lead a five-year study involving researchers from UR, University of Minnesota and University of Washington at St. Louis.

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