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September 13th, 2006
A new research center focused on the controlled synthesis of nanostructures and their reliable integration into micro- and nano-electromechanical systems has been established at the University of Colorado at Boulder with a grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
The center has secured $1.53 million for its first-year research expenditures through the DARPA grant, industrial sponsorships and matching support from CU-Boulder and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The research expenditures are expected to grow annually and total more than $10 million in six years.
University of Colorado
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