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October 25th, 2004
Two Triangle Professors Win Nano Awards
Two Triangle university professors have been recognized as leaders in Nanotechnology research by the Foresight Institute.
Homme Hellinga of Duke and Brian Kuhlman of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill each received Feynman Prizes. The awards are named after physicist Richard Feynman. Feynman, a Nobel Prize winning physicist, died in 1988.
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