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August 14th, 2007
Purdue nanotechnology program moves up in rankings
The nanotechnology research program at Purdue University has earned high marks through a recent survey released by a trade industry publication.
In the May/June issue of Small Times magazine, Purdue's facilities built around the Birck Nanotechnology Center in Discovery Park were ranked eighth best in the United States.
That's an improvement from 10th last year in the survey that considered 50 U.S. universities based on education, research, facilities and commercialization.
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