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September 14th, 2007

Construction boom continues at UW

Construction continues unabated at UW, as the university reports significant progress on both the new Quantum-Nano Centre and a planned expansion of the School of Optometry building. These releases come in sharp contrast with reported delays at the School of Pharmacy building currently undergoing construction in downtown Kitchener.
UW has recently confirmed that construction of the new Quantum-Nano Centre will begin this October. According to an Iron Warrior report, the centre, located on the B2 green, will be "the new home of the nanotechnology engineering undergraduate program as well as cutting-edge research on nanotechnology, biology and chemistry, in addition to physics in conjunction with the Institute for Quantum Computing."


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