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October 12th, 2006

New technology center opens Friday

Abstract:
The largest and most technologically advanced electron microscopy and nanofabrication lab in the northwest will opens its doors at Portland State on Oct. 13. PSU’s new lab will have with the widest selection of nanotechnology instruments available in any northwest university campus.

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