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June 1st, 2004

Petersen Wins Nanotechnology Post

Abstract:
Nils Petersen will soon go from being Vice-President of one of Canada's largest universities to playing a leading role in the world of the extremely small. Petersen, Vice-President at The University of Western Ontario since 2002, has been appointed Director General of Canada's flagship nanotechnology research institute, the National Institute for Nanotechnology (NINT) in Edmonton, Alberta. Starting in November 2004, he will be in charge of the National Research Council (NRC) institute that conducts research at the nano or molecular scale.

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