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October 11th, 2005

NSF Renews Support with $21.6 Million for LRSM

Abstract:
The National Science Foundation has awarded a six-year, $21.6 million grant to the Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter (LRSM) to be matched by approximately $2.1 million in support from Penn. LRSM’s $21.6 million share ranks first among 13 centers nationwide receiving $152 million NSF support as part of its Materials Research Science and Engineering Center program.

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University of Pennsylavania

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