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April 2nd, 2007

Manchester nanotechnology expert wins prestigious award

Abstract:
A microelectronics and nanotechnology engineer from the University of Manchester has been presented with a 2007 Brian Mercer Feasibility Award from the Royal Society.

Professor Aimin Song from the school of electronic and electrical engineering is one of only eight people to receive the prestigious 30,000 award.

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englandsnorthwest.com

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