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October 4th, 2004

Millions in public money fuel nano research

Abstract:
The cost of researching nanotechnology doesn't come cheap. With basic research and tools costing millions of dollars, the federal government has kicked in millions of dollars in aid to ensure the work can be conducted here.

According to Cornell News Service, the National Science Foundation alone supports more than $100 million of nanotechnology research at Cornell University.

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