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March 1st, 2007
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Nanotechnology Center has received a $493,615 grant from the Small Business Administration to assist researchers at other state universities and businesses to create significant innovations through the science of working with materials at the atomic level.
In addition, a small portion of the funding will be directed to support research that may lead to the founding of new businesses in Arkansas.
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