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June 3rd, 2004
Tulane chemist set to visit peers in China
Yunfeng Lu, an assistant professor of chemical engineering at Tulane University who has a collaborative research grant from the Beijing Institute of Chemistry and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, will visit these two institutes during the summer. The focus of the research is on nanotechnology and nanostructured materials.
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