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April 25th, 2005
Commercialization, spinoffs could result from CMU nanotech center
Carnegie Mellon University hopes that a new nanotechnology center will promote the commercialization of nanotechnology research and help to spin off new companies, according to Cristina Amon, director of the College of Engineering's Institute for Complex Engineered Systems.
The Center for Nano-Enabled Devices and Energy Technology will bring together nanoscale research under way at the College of Engineering and the Mellon College of Science. Over the past three years, the university has been working on a number of nanotechnology projects, and it has received more than $13 million in federal funding.
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