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December 21st, 2004

Nanotech Center receives $5M boost

Abstract:
At least, that's what the folks at the University of Massachusetts Lowell's Nanomanufacturing Center are hoping. They got a $5 million lift yesterday, thanks to a matching-fund award from the John Adams Innovation Institute, a division of the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative.

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