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February 4th, 2005
Polish researcher heads ground-breaking EU project in nanotechnology
In order to foster long-term development of nanosciences and technology in the EU, the European Commission is providing 2.2 million euro to a unique Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) project combining expertise in synchrotrons, diffusion, magnetism, phonons and surface science.
The DYNASYNC project, which stands for 'Dynamics in nano-scale materials studied with synchrotron radiation', aims to increase current knowledge in nanostructures' dynamics and to develop new methods of preparation, modelling and characterisation in order to improve the performance of future nanoscale devices.
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