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September 13th, 2009
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has been chosen as one of seven UW campuses that will house new research centers designed to create relationships with small companies to stimulate business and develop new technologies.
UWSP chemistry professor Michael Zach has been one of the national leaders in nanotechnology research and has a position at Argonne as well. Some of his recent work has focused on a technique that would allow almost anyone to create nanowires using simple, bench-top technology instead of million-dollar laboratories. That process would allow small startups to compete economically with giant corporations, and could expand the uses of nanowires.
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