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May 25th, 2006
At UF, nano is all the rage. Currently, UF researchers have some $40 million to $50 million in nano-related contracts, and that number is likely to go up very soon, according to UF officials.
The university is looking to become a major player in the field, breaking ground June 15 on a $35.2 million nanosystems facility that will bring together chemists, physicists, medical doctors and engineers under one roof to work on nano projects.
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