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September 8th, 2005
Some graduate science and engineering students at UC Davis are getting a head start on classes -- and on taking their research to the marketplace.
The students in the intensive program are themselves conducting research in the fields of clean energy, nutrition, veterinary medicine, software, chemical engineering and nanotechnology.
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