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July 13th, 2005
Don Pederson, vice chancellor for finance and administration for the UA campus in Fayetteville, said a new facility for nanoscience and nanotechnology would cost $38 million.
"Such work is on the cutting edge of work nationally. Innovation in nanoscience and nanotechnology is expected to be a major economic driver, and many states are investing in such facilities nationwide," Pederson said.
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