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December 11th, 2005

Yes to bonds bolsters research based at UA

The University of Arkansas at Fayetteville hopes to enhance its nanotechnology research efforts with the passage of a statewide bond proposal that would raise $ 250 million for higher education. UA would spend as much as $16 million of the bond proceeds on a nanomaterials facility if voters approve Referred Question 2 on Tuesday.


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