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October 20th, 2005

LANL and UCSB Devise Plans for New Institution

While the competition for management of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) continues, the University of California has co-founded a new institute with the lab, focusing on materials research and nanotechnology. The new Institute for Multiscale Materials Studies (IMMS) will feature courses taught by UCSB faculty and LANL staff on the UCSB campus.


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