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January 14th, 2005
UML wins grant to turn nano into big business
A five-year, $12.4 million grant awarded yesterday by the National Science Foundation will allow researchers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, in partnership with colleagues at Northeastern University and the University of New Hampshire, to examine exactly that.
The NSF grant will establish a Center for High-Rate Nanomanufacturing, which will not have one physical location, but rather encompass numerous laboratories and research efforts at all three partner universities.
University of Massachusetts Lowell
University of New Hampshire
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