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December 10th, 2007
Science the winner in first Qatar research awards
Hassan Bazzi from Texas A&M University received US$639,000 to develop novel biodetection methods with colleagues at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Bazzi's research will look into advanced polymers, nanotechnology, and genomic factors on health.
"Qatar has been undergoing a massive educational, scientific, and industrial development over the last ten years. Our proposed research will contribute to this development," he said.
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