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August 19th, 2007
Sankara Nethralaya branch in Kolkata
He said it had embarked on an ambitious programme to develop ophthalmic research through the setting up of a Rs. 30-crore research facility. It would conduct ‘path-breaking' research in the fields of nanotechnology, stem cell research, bio-medical engineering and preventive ophthalmology.
This project commenced in February 2007 and would be commissioned in April 2008.
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