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October 3rd, 2004

Nanotech: Big Concept on Campus

Abstract:
A hot wind is blowing through the University of Texas's Austin campus. It flutters and tears Professor Paul Barbara's massive blueprints every time he tries to open them up. But Barbara is a professor with a mission. He finally locates a sheltered nook and opens the design for the new $35 million Center for Nano & Molecular Science & Technology he will lead. "We break ground in November," he says.

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