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Home > Press > Big Bucks to Think Small: Nanotech Lab Construction Spurs $770 Million in Capital Investment, an Industrial Info News Alert

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Reported by Annette Kreuger, Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- The science of small is prompting major capital investments across the United States. College campuses across the country are clamoring for funding to build "nanotech" research laboratories, both large and small. This nascent discipline has the added attraction of being interdisciplinary by nature, incorporating a number of academic fields ranging from engineering to bioscience.

Big Bucks to Think Small: Nanotech Lab Construction Spurs $770 Million in Capital Investment, an Industrial Info News Alert

SUGAR LAND, TX | Posted on April 3rd, 2008

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