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June 30th, 2005

USCís research campus could stretch across the state

Abstract:
The next phase of USCís research campus calls for a new, larger home for the USC Nanocenter and new health sciences buildings in Columbia, Greenville and Charleston. USC said it needs about 90,000 square feet of space to meet the needs of its nanotechnology research. The current Nanocenter, located in the remodeled Sumwalt College on Greene Street, occupies about 25,000 square feet.

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