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May 24th, 2007
St Petersburg University to open first nanotech center in '08
St Petersburg State University (SPSU) is to inaugurate Russia's first Center for Nano-Scale Technologies, Professor Igor Gorlinsky, Director of the Project, and Pro-Rector for Research, told Itar-Tass here on Thursday.
The overall cost of the project is estimated at 130 million roubles. Speaking of the key tasks of the Center, the scientist singled out "the systematization of work in the field of new materials".
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