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September 29th, 2005
$1.6M grant to advance nanotechnology
The recent developments in the field of nanotechnology will soon allow researchers to synthetically mimic living biological systems in the lab, and a $1.6 million grant from the National Science Foundation will facilitate the effort.
Leading the international group of researchers is UC Davis engineering professor Subhash Risbud, who is collaborating with other UC Davis experts and overseas researchers. The basis of their research surrounds a seemingly simple compound known as an aerogel.
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