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April 21st, 2007
India’s first three modern universities, set up in Calcutta, Mumbai and Madras, are 150 years old
The university has partnered in fields across the disciplines for collaborative research with the likes of Boston University, Max Planck Institute of Germany, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory at UK, Chinese University in Hong Kong, University of Brussels, Oxford brooks University, Chongbuk University of South Korea, Hamboldt University, Monash University in Australia and california University of Technology.
According to Dr Bandyopadhyay, the grant of Rs 100 crore would be utilised mainly for the research and development in the field of nanotechnology. Our effort is to build CU as one of the nodal centres for nanotechnology.
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