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September 28th, 2004
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a first-of-its-kind grant to a Northwestern University-led team to train teachers in nanotechnology and help them develop programs for middle and high schools.
"This is different from previous (NSF-funded) centers, which focus on research but have also done part-time outreach activity," said Mike Roco, senior nanotech adviser at NSF and an architect of the National Nanotechnology Initiative.
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