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January 14th, 2005
UMass wins $5 million nanotech dev't grant
The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative awarded a $5 million grant to the University of Massachusetts Lowell on Monday to create a new research and development facility specialized in nanotechnology.
UMass will use the funds to develop a Center of Excellence in Nanomanufacturing at its Lowell campus. The center will primarily focus on the commercialization of nanotechnology inventions while also providing a fertile training ground for prospective engineers and researchers, Larkin said.
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