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November 1st, 2007
A state of the art nano-manufacturing lab costing over USD 7.5 million donated by a global nanotechnology major was inaugurated at the Indian Institute of Technology on Thursday.
The prestigious institute located in north east Mumbai also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Applied Materials (AMAT) Inc, which donated three advanced tools to IIT, for collaboration in R&D projects.
The tools donated by AMAT will be used by students and professors in IIT for research in developing newer flash memory devices and improving present day applications in solar energy, Deputy Director of IIT-B J Vasi said.
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