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January 20th, 2005
Initiatives focus on academic integration
The University is forging ahead on at least one aspect of the Penn Compact by increasing interdisciplinary opportunities.
The Nano/Bio Interface Center -- which officially opened on Nov. 23 within the Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter on the corner of 33rd and Walnut streets but will eventually be housed in its own building -- will combine the work of three schools to explore nanotechnology.
Penn Nano/Bio Interface Center
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