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February 8th, 2005

Technion to get $88m nanotechnology institute

Abstract:
A new nanotechnology institute requiring an investment of $88 million will be set up at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, officials from the Technion and the Industry, Trade and Employment Ministry announced yesterday in Jerusalem. The new institute will be the biggest established in the country to date, with an almost unprecedented financial investment - in terms of both the field of nanotechnology and university research centers in general.

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