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June 24th, 2004
Vandy to work on Army nanotechnology project
Vanderbilt School of Engineering is leading a new $2.4 million, multi-institutional nanotechnology program funded by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory to develop improved electronics, sensors, energy conversion devices and other defense systems. The Advanced Carbon Nanotechnology Research Program will explore various nanostructures of carbon, including diamond, at the molecular level to develop next-generation materials that can be used in a wide range of defense devices and systems.
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