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August 24th, 2005
UQ researchers were awarded the highest number of grants of any university in Australia with eight successful projects worth almost $640,000.
Details of other successful UQ E-Research grants (include): Professor John Drennan, from UQ's Centre for Microscopy & Microanalysis, leads a project aiming to provide the Nanostructural Analysis Network Organization with a set of common, interoperable tools and services to enable more efficient, cost-effective storage, management, analysis and sharing of generated microscopic images, video and analytical data.
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