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April 14th, 2005

Carnegie Mellon to create nanotech center

Carnegie Mellon University announced plans Thursday to create a nanotechnology center, the Center for Nano-Enabled Devices and Energy Technology. It will focus on alternative energy technology, including fuel cells, and sensors that use nanoscale properties to monitor things such as the human body and the environment.


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