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September 5th, 2007
UO's latest scientific understanding
The first project was funded mostly by a grant from the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute, or ONAMI, and a private donation from Lorry Lokey, the building's namesake.
ONAMI President Robert "Skip" Rung said the first phase of the project will solidify Oregon's already strong national standing in nanotechnology research. Researchers in several areas will have a much easier time collaborating and interacting at a state-of-the-art, centralized location, he said.
"Now you've got a wonderful facility that's both a showpiece and of high practical value," Rung said.
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