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June 11th, 2007
UofS Researchers Receive Money
The Canada Foundation for Innovation has awarded thirteen U of S researchers 654 thousand dollars collectively.
The money was awarded for various projects including developing new ways to control high blood pressure, exploring nanotech catalysts to breaking down pollutants.
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