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March 7th, 2005
Yoshitaka Ishii, assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago, sees a big future in the microscopic world of nanotechnology. His work in characterizing the structure and functions of the molecular building blocks for these tiny devices may play a key role in making this future a reality.
The National Science Foundation has just underscored its belief in Ishii's work by presenting him with a five-year, $558,000 CAREER Award -- a prestigious grant for young professors whose research holds exciting promise and potential.
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