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March 15th, 2006
The Wake Forest University Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials is part of a research team selected to receive a $5 million Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) program grant from the Department of Defense to develop new negative index of refraction materials that have potential for a range of uses in military and civilian life.
The five-year grant teams researchers from Wake Forest's nanotechnology center with Kent State University researchers in an effort to develop these new "negative index" or "left-handed" materials.
Wake Forest University
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