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May 9th, 2005

Glasgow helps secure the future of electronic design

Abstract:
The University of Glasgow has achieved the greatest amount of funding. £4.2 million will go towards the creation of an Electronics Design Centre to advance the area of electronics and electrical engineering. Led by Professor David Cumming at the University’s Electronics and Electrical Engineering department David Cumming explains:

"The Centre will establish a purpose built laboratory and recruit academics to deliver cutting-edge research that will enable new systems to emerge from nanoelectronic, optoelectronic and bio-electronic technologies."

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University of Glasgow

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