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November 7th, 2004
Advance Nanotech has provided £3.4 million for the College's Institute of Biomedical Engineering, a multidisciplinary organisation bringing together expertise in science, engineering and medicine to develop the next generation of medical technologies.
Professor Chris Toumazou, Director of the Institute, explains: "We are very excited that Advance Nanotech has chosen to partner us. Given Imperial's excellence in medicine and technology, we are ideally positioned to push forward the barriers of this new field of science. This collaboration will enable us to focus on combining nanotechnology with other powerful technologies such as tissue engineering to make breakthroughs of great social and commercial significance.
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