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March 18th, 2005
Agency gives £5m to boost technology of the future
The Nanofactory, based at the University of Leeds in partnership with the Universities of Bradford and Sheffield, is getting £2.12m. The funds will be used to refurbish facilities and create the UK's first Nano-Manufacturing centre with a focus on consumer products.
The York-JEOL Centre for Nanolithography and Analysis, based at the University of York, has been given £1.65m. It will be used to refurbish space and help to buy equipment to offer a world-class facility open to industry.
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