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September 25th, 2007
Isaac has won a $400,000 grant to bring nanotechnology to the Inland Empire for the first time.
For the past decade, most research using nanotechnology has been done at institutions like Stanford, UCLA, UC Berkeley, the University of Pennsylvania, MIT and Caltech, Isaac said.
But now, it's time to apply that research at places like the Applied Technology Center, located on the site of the former Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino.
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