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November 2nd, 2006
Funds flowing for Tech researchers
Recent growth in research funding is giving Texas Tech undergraduates and graduates the opportunity to conduct more research.
Dean Smith, Tech's vice president for research, said research funds have increased 18 percent from last year.
Hoo, a former associate dean of research in engineering, said a major form of research being done in engineering was nanotechnology.
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