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March 4th, 2008

UTD nanotech research draws South Korean investment, industrial partners

Abstract:
The University of Texas at Dallas has announced they'll be receiving over $14 million in research funding to be applied to their Texas FUSION (Future Semiconductor Commercialization) program, $6 million of which will come from the South Korean government. (The remainder of the funding derives from the State of Texas' Emerging Technology Fund, the U.S. Government and private industry.)

Working in concert with a group of South Korean electronics companies, Samsung Austin Semiconductor, Military Tech LLC, the University of Texas at Austin, UT Tyler and UT Southwestern Medical Center, the UTD FUSION folks will work to bring nanotech breakthroughs quickly into ready-for-market form, with a goal of bringing new laboratory applications to consumers and industrial users in as little as two years.

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