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February 14th, 2005

Ireland builds new nanotechnology research centre

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The Irish government has unveiled details of what will be Ireland's first purpose-built research institute.

The new Centre for Research on Adaptive Nanostructures (CRANN), which will open in early 2006, will have for its mission 'to advance the frontiers of nanosciences where physics, chemistry and biology converge'.

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