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June 7th, 2008
Launch of Quantum-Nano Centre
The start of a project that will construct a very large building to study very small stuff brings Premier Dalton McGuinty to town Monday.
McGuinty will join Research In Motion founder and co-chief executive Mike Lazaridis and Lazaridis's wife Ophelia at the University of Waterloo for the sod-turning that launches the $160-million Mike and Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre.
The centre will house under one roof research into quantum computing and nanotechnology -- the former dealing with super-fast computers, the latter with molecule-sized machines.
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