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September 28th, 2004
NIST Advanced Technology Program Announces 32 New Awards
The U.S. Commerce Departmentís Advanced Technology Program today announced 32 new cost-sharing awards for research on highly innovative industrial technologies. A total of 43 companies, including seven joint ventures, are involved in the new projects, which were chosen on the basis of difficulty, technical innovation and the potential for significant benefits to the nation's economy.
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