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December 20th, 2007

UNC Systems Awards Nearly $4M in R&D Grants

Abstract:
The University of North Carolina systems is handing out nearly $4 million in research and development grants to faculty across the UNC system for projects that could lead to new jobs.

NC Central University: Development of High-Selectivity High-Sensitivity Biochemical Sensor at the Center for Nanotechnology Devices at NCCU, $207,450.

N.C. State University: Development and Application of Novel, Non-Toxic, Anti-Biofilm Agents, $300,000; Nano-Textile Technology, $207,668; Enhancing Competitiveness of NC Biodiesel Producers through Value-Added Enxymatic Process of Waste Glycerol and Low-Value Oils, $275,000.

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