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June 7th, 2004
Purdue draws plans for Lilly grant funds
Purdue University plans to hire professors who specialize in key high-tech research areas with its share of a $100 million Lilly Endowment grant designed to bring the best minds to Indiana. Purdue, the first to get its $17.5 million grant approved, intends to fund as many as 20 endowed faculty positions in such areas as nanotechnology, biosciences, and entrepreneurship.
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