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June 17th, 2007
A $3,000 "people's choice" award went to five UCD students for their plan to refine and market a robotic, nanotechnology-based process that could allow scientists and drug developers to study cell-membrane proteins far more rapidly than is currently possible.
Such studies can lead to advances in understanding and treating viruses, heart disease, diabetes and other illnesses.
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