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April 17th, 2005
UT has partnered with five other state universities and 65 corporations to try to obtain a $23 million grant from the state to set up a center for researching and making nanotechnology devices.
To be called the Center for Multifunctional Polymer Nanomaterials and Devices, the operation wouldn't have a physical location.
"We're talking about an impact of 20,000 jobs. ... When you add it all up, we're expecting about 5,000 new jobs and 15,000 upgraded and retained jobs, all by 2010" Sharell Mikesell said.
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