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August 3rd, 2007
Penn gets $20 million for nanotech center
The University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering and Applied Science said Friday it has received a $20 million gift for a planned nanotechnology center.
The gift, which is the largest in the school's history, is from Krishna P. Singh, the founder, president and CEO of Holtec International of Marlton, N.J.
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