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January 11th, 2005

Moving Forward Together

... last fall Penn became one of only six universities nationwide to win a major National Science Foundation grant to create a new Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center. This could not have happened without close collaboration among Penn Engineering, Penn Medicine, and our School of Arts and Sciences. Penn pulled together a team of superb faculty in chemistry, condensed-matter physics, molecular biology, medicine, and, of course, in materials science and other fields of engineering. As a result, our new Nano/Bio Interface Center is now poised to become a magnet for top faculty throughout the world who want to drive the nanotech revolution, and for their superb students who will carry the nanotech revolution still further into the future.


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