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August 12th, 2005

Brookhaven invites local suppliers to aid research

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Several Rochester-area companies got the opportunity Thursday to pitch their businesses to the Nobel Prize-winning Brookhaven National Laboratory.

The Brookhaven lab will also partner with locally based suppliers for the Center for Functional Nanomaterials, a facility to open in 2007 that will focus on developing nanotechnology.

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