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May 1st, 2007

York University opens £5.5M nanocentre

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The University of York has taken a significant step into new fields of sub-Angstrom level materials research with the opening of the York JEOL Nanocentre.

The interdisciplinary research and teaching centre represents a £5.5 million investment in novel nanoscience capability by the University of York, regional development agency, Yorkshire Forward, the European Union, and by scientific instruments supplier JEOL.

"This instrumentation will form the technical foundation for major new scientific initiatives in Nanomaterials research," said Professor Protibha Gai.

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