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October 14th, 2007
Universities find lab space helps lure top researchers
School officials are still working on their strategy for using it to attract more top names for its nanotechnology and materials research specialties, said Adebisi Oladipupo, vice president for research and technology.
"Money is always part of it - but not as big as the space," Oladipupo said.
ODU has a $13 million physical sciences wing under construction. It will join a $22 million, privately developed five-story building that opened this year in what will be an $80 million, four-building public-private partnership on campus called Innovation Research Park.
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