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April 2nd, 2007
Manchester nanotechnology expert wins prestigious award
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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