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October 21st, 2007

IISc gets Rs 110 cr for nanotech lab

Abstract:
The IISc here has received a Rs 110-crore grant for a state-of-the-art nano-laboratory. The facility is expected to be ready in about 14 months. While the ministry of communication and information technology (MCIT) has given Rs 50 crore, the department of science and technology (DST) has chipped in with Rs 20 crore. IISc has mobilised around Rs 40 crore from the five-year plan allocation.

MCIT is the largest sponsor of nano-research projects in the country. As per its focus, this facility will have not only a central fabrication unit, but small labs to make micro- and nano-electronic devices. The central unit will house a clean room over 1400 sqm.

Source:
timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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