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April 20th, 2004

UW-Eau Claire creates Materials Science Center

Science faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire are pooling resources to provide students with more opportunities to work on research relating to materials science and to create new ways for the university to assist local industries. "UW-Eau Claire’s newly created Materials Science Center will support research, facilitate collaboration among science faculty across disciplines, promote interactions between the university and local industries, and encourage undergraduate students to do research," said Dr. Doug Dunham, assistant professor of physics and director of the new center.

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