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December 9th, 2005
University unveils new grad program
A $1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute will allow a new graduate program in nanotechnology for biology and medicine to receive its first doctoral students in three years.
"The HHMI grant is to plan a training program that graduates researchers comfortable with both the engineering and applied physics needed to work the nanoscale and with the biology."
Johns Hopkins University
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