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March 1st, 2007
Partnership with will provide research opportunities for students, faculty.
A new partnership with a national lab promises to provide new research opportunities for SDSU faculty and students, officials said at an agreement signing on campus last week.
SDSU's work with the lab will focus on researching biofuel, nanotechnology and solar energy, Kephart said.
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