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October 17th, 2005

Macomb men among nanoscience pioneers

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Peter Hoffmann, an assistant professor in WSU's physics department, was recently awarded $275,000 in funding from the university for his research project "Single Nanoparticle Control and Spectroscopy." Claudio Verani, an assistant professor in the chemistry department, was awarded $100,000 for his project, "Design, Surface Deposition and Ordering Characterization of Organic and Metallorganic Molecular Electronics."

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