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December 5th, 2005

Joining the Emerging Nanoscience Revolution

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For researchers who dream of controlling materials properties down to the atomic level, 2005 marks a milestone for a revolutionary new science. Oak Ridge National Laboratory is opening the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS), the first of five new Department of Energy Nanoscale Science Research Centers. Located adjacent to the Spallation Neutron Source, the $65 million facility houses state-of-the art instruments and is open to users from universities, national laboratories, and commercial firms, as well as the University of Tennessee and ORNL.

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