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May 30th, 2005
Scientists of tiny tech aim for big grants
A UW-Madison center focused on the science of the very small is going after big money.
Local professors are going to Washington, D.C., this week to compete for a federal grant for research into the emerging fields of nanotechnology, said Juan De Pablo, director of UW-Madison's Materials Research Science and Engineering Center. The group is asking the National Science Foundation for $18 million over six years.
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