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March 23rd, 2005

NT unveils new microscopes

Abstract:
"The unveiling of these two electron microscopes takes nanotechnology research to a new high in the College of Engineering," said Dr. Oscar N. Garcia, dean of NT's College of Engineering. "These two instruments have become symbols of the spirit of innovation and research that help NT in our stride for recognition and achievement."

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