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August 22nd, 2007

$9M federal grant to fund high-tech research at Ark. universities

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An official with Arkansas State University said the school will use its money to do research examining agriculture, energy, environment and health. The University of Arkansas will use the money to design arrays of nanosensors that can be used with wireless systems. Both the Fayetteville and Little Rock campuses conduct research on nanotechnology.

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