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March 15th, 2007
Jischke said space will eventually be built for the institute at Purdue's Discovery Park research complex, which includes a nanotechnology research center, a biosciences complex and plans for centers devoted to cancer and energy research.
Eventually, the institute could be staffed by about 40 people, most of whom will have product development and industrial design backgrounds.
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