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October 27th, 2005
Collaboration among scientists, the free exchange of information, key new faculty hires in specific disciplines and a formal administrative infrastructure dedicated to facilitating such collaborations and exchanges are the minimum, essential ingredients necessary to leverage UB's proposed strategic strength in Integrated Nanostructured Systems.
These are some of the conclusions of a white paper prepared by the planning committee focusing on the area of Integrated Nanostructured Systems, one of 10 strategic strengths identified in the UB 2020 strategic planning process.
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