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January 22nd, 2006

MU high-tech researchers think small

Abstract:
Working with powerful particles in tiny packages, an international group of researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia is hoping to move nanotechnology from the laboratory to the marketplace.

Shubhra Gangopadhyay, the LaPierre Chair professor of electrical and computer engineering, is leading the research on the campus. She is the co-director of the Micro/Nano Systems Technology Center, the first and only research facility of its kind in Missouri.

Source:
columbiatribune.com

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