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December 13th, 2006

U of M professor gets grant from Lockheed

Abstract:
The aerospace engineering and mechanics department at the University of Minnesota is descended from one of the oldest programs in the nation. In addition to teaching, faculty members conduct research on fluid mechanics, solid mechanics and materials, aerospace systems and nanotechnology.

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