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April 13th, 2007
Norfolk State dedicates $35 million applied-research center
Clean, as in 10,000 times cleaner than a hospital operating room, smells like, well, not much of anything.
The air in the cluster of "clean rooms" at Norfolk State University's new research building is filtered so finely that the only thing you smell is the latex gloves visitors must wear.
The rooms are the technological centerpiece of the $35 million Marie V. McDemmond Center for Applied Research, dedicated on Friday. The clean room facilities are the largest of their type at a Virginia university, Norfolk State officials said.
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