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November 9th, 2006

Indiana Sen. Lugar on China, India: ‘Go Nuclear in a Very Big Way’

He cited the fact that Purdue and Indiana had a “new mission” in developing alternative energy resources and that Purdue’s new nanotechnology center at Discovery Park is expected to help usher in the second Industrial Revolution. Jischke said proudly: “[The Birck Nanotechnology Center at Purdue] is the best in the world. Period.”


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