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October 13th, 2004
Penn State nanotech gets grant
Nanotechnology education, research and commercialization at Penn State got a $3.5 million boost Tuesday with a grant from the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority.
"Without the grant, it would have been a disaster," said Hank Foley, associate vice president for research. "We really need these funds to keep this program going."
Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority
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