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September 12th, 2009

Bell Museum puts hope for new building on deep hold

Abstract:
Two requests for new buildings make the list: $10 million for an American Indian Learning Resource Center on the Duluth campus, and $80 million for a new physics and nanotechnology building on the Twin Cities campus.

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