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March 24th, 2006

Four French nano labs receive Carnot label

Abstract:
French Department of Education and Research announced that twenty French laboratories have received the label "Carnot." Four of the labs investigate nanotechnology and nanosciences: FEMTO (Nanometrology, Nanostructured Materials), IEMN (Materials and Nanostructures Physics), LAAS (Nanosystems, Nanobiotechnologies, Nanolithography), and LETI (Nanoelectronics). (In French. Thanks to Nicolas Weinberg and Euro NanoTech News)

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