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April 28th, 2004
Texas schools get $10 million for nanotech research
A group of six Texas universities will share $10 million from the Department of Defense to conduct nanotechnology research, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison said Wednesday. The money will help the schools investigate nanotechnology, a field of study which deals with objects and materials at the atomic and molecular level.
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