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March 8th, 2007
The cash comes from the Royal Society's annual £250,000 Brian Mercer Award for innovation in the field of nanotechnology.
"It will allow both processes to be adapted to reel-to-reel from the manual processes used in research," said De Mello. "it is essentially two years' funding and by the end we should have prototype machines for both."
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