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August 16th, 2007
Sandia spearheads the formation of the National Institute for Nano-Engineering
Sandia National Laboratories has entered into a relationship with universities and industries around the country to establish the National Institute for Nano-Engineering (NINE).
The partnership has been driven by concerns over the health of America's science and engineering education and innovation engine, as highlighted in the 2005 report ‘Rising Above the Gathering Storm' from the National Academies.
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