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December 6th, 2004
The ability to understand the workings of something 100-thousand-million times smaller than a human has been a constant fascination for Professor Thomas Maschmeyer in the School of Chemistry.
It is this fascination with tiny objects that has won Professor Maschmeyer a $600,000 ARC discovery grant over three years to advance the fundamental science of nano-particles in industrial chemical reactions.
University of Sydney
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