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October 26th, 2006

USC Announces $173.3 Million Research Budget

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Dr. Harris Pastides, the university’s vice president of research and health sciences, said the funding shows that the university is making make strides in its research focus areas: biomedicine, nanotechnology, future fuels and the environment. "This record level of research funding shows that our faculty, staff and students are dedicated to the key research areas where USC can make a difference," Pastides said.

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