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October 1st, 2004
Managed by UCSC in partnership with NASA Ames Research Center under a 10-year, $330 million contract between UC and NASA, the UARC has received an excellent performance rating from NASA during its first year of operation.
The new facility would serve as a direct extension of UCSC's Baskin School of Engineering, which is already creating new programs based in Silicon Valley. A key focus area for the engineering school, as well as for NASA Ames, is nanotechnology and its fusion with biotechnology and information technologies.
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