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September 27th, 2004

Penn gets $11.4M for nanotech grant

The National Science Foundation announced awards totaling $69 million to Penn and five other institutions toward the creation of six new Nanoscale Science and Engineering centers, in addition to the eight that have been established since 2001, the foundation announced Tuesday.

Penn will receive a renewable grant of $11.4 million over five years to develop a new Center on Molecular Function at the Nano/Bio Interface under the direction of Dawn Bonnell, a professor in Penn's Department of Materials Science and Engineering. While Penn has received many grants from the NSF before, this is the first time it has received an NSEC grant. (more on earlier article)


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