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March 23rd, 2006

Nanotechnology project to establish research center

Abstract:
Subra Muralidharan, a professor in the chemistry department at Western Michigan University, will soon adopt a second title as the director of a new nanotechnology project to establish a Center for Nano-enabled Instrumentation and Nanofabrication. Muralidharan and his team were granted $383,000 for their project.

(Ed.'s note: "To put that into perspective, it is 1/100 the width of a human hair." - must be a typo. A nanometer is closer to 1/10,000th the width of an average human hair.)

Source:
westernherald.com

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