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February 14th, 2007
Engineers anticipate new hall
The $69.4 million Stinson-Remick Hall will house some of the most sophisticated equipment known to Notre Dame, College of Engineering officials said Tuesday.
"This will allow us to do computations with individual electrons, and construct at the nano level," Snider said. "This is research which will greatly increase the speed and efficiency of computers."
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