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April 3rd, 2007

Honors & Other Things

Dr. Murray: Nanoparticle Research

The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a team of nine professors from six U.S. universities with a $6 million research grant to study the quantum electric properties of nanoparticle arrays. The team includes Dr. Christopher Murray, the Richard Perry University Professor and professor of chemistry and materials science in SEAS. With the grant, the team will seek to explore the potential of biological techniques for assembling arrays of nanoparticles and to test the quantum electric properties of these arrays.


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