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February 28th, 2005
In its first year of existence the Alliance for NanoHealth has gone from, in the parlance of scientists, a promising theory to reality.
The local organization, dedicated to developing clinical treatments by uniting Houston chemists and physicists working in nanotechnology with biomedical researchers, has received $6.4 million in federal funding, with the likelihood of much more.
University of Houston
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