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February 21st, 2005
A Western Michigan University physics professor will continue her research at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory using a new $564,000 federal grant that will help her unravel the mysteries of nanosystems that are the bridge between gas-phase matter and solid-state matter.
Dr. Nora Berrah will use the U.S. Department of Energy funding to conduct her research over the next three years at the Advanced Light Source, a research facility located at the Berkeley laboratory in California.
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