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May 26th, 2005

UM Nanotech Center: Newly Open for Business

Abstract:
The University of Maryland today announced the opening of its new Maryland Center for Integrated Nano Science and Engineering (M-CINSE) in the recently completed Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building. Yet, even before its official introduction, the new center's name already was being "dropped" in important places.

For example, the new Maryland center is named in an article recognizing the university's rapidly developing leadership in nano science and engineering that appeared in the May/June issue of Small Times magazine. In that issue, the magazine -- which details technological advances, applications and investment opportunities in micro and nanotechnology -- ranks the University of Maryland as number one in both nano research and nano education. Maryland was ranked number two in micro research (tied with Michigan).

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