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October 15th, 2006
In the wake of the opening of the $40 million Multidisciplinary Research Building on Kansas University’s west campus, KU officials say they hope to bring in more money for their research efforts.
Judy Wu, professor of physics and astronomy, whose research is in the growing field of nanotechnology, said she likes to see the university support research.
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