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June 30th, 2004
MSU receives share of Michigan technology funding
Michigan State University will use some $3.7 million to explore ways to develop better pharmaceutical drugs and health care products, and bring them to market to help strengthen Michigan's economy. $1,369,097 to explore the use of nanotechnology to mimic cell membranes. The resulting novel sensors and catalysts can form the basis for the development of health-care products. The lead researcher is Mark Worden, professor of chemical engineering and materials science.
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