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May 30th, 2007
NMSU Team Leads Efforts To Make Nanoscience Part Of Undergrad Courses
New Mexico State University is leading an effort to make nanoscience, the study of the tiniest bits of matter, a part of biology and physics courses for undergraduates.
The university has received a nearly $175,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to spearhead the project.
The school plans to develop a statewide network of faculty at research universities and community colleges that will collaborate on a series of workshops.
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