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September 17th, 2007
Finishing touches being applied to Lokey Lab
Construction of the Lorry I. Lokey Laboratory was jointly funded by the state of Oregon through the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute and by Lorry Lokey, the University donor for whom the lab is named. The total costs cap at approximately $16 million. Additional private donors also covered some of the costs.
"One donation was given for the green nanoscience lab. Green means asking how you design future industry to be responsible to the environment from the beginning, how you make sure the production of new technology is sustainable," said Hutchison.
"This facility exists because of the research already going on at the U of O," Donovan said.
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