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April 14th, 2008
The University of Michigan has opened its expanded nanotechnology lab, a $40 million project dedicated to inventing ultra-small tools for reshaping the worlds of medicine, computing and energy.
The Ann Arbor lab doubles the research capacity at one of the 13 inter-linked, federally funded sites dedicated to nanotechnology, including Georgia Tech.
Center Director Kensall Wise told The Associated Press in an interview at the lab Thursday, "Microsystems are going to be
Harvard, Stanford, Cornell, Penn State and Howard universities are part of the network, which also includes the universities of Texas, Minnesota, New Mexico, Washington and California-Santa Barbara; Georgia Institute of Technology; and a joint project of North Carolina State University and University of North Carolina.
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