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December 12th, 2009

Hickory, Oak Lawn and Saint Xavier to benefit from federal grant

Abstract:
Congressman Dan Lipinski (IL-3) announced his success in obtaining $3.65 million for nine local public safety, transportation, education, health, and technology projects under legislation that passed the House of Representatives today.

Illinois Science and Technology Coalition: $150,000 to help the Illinois Science and Technology Coalition to establish the Illinois Nanotechnology Collaborative, which aims to increase commercial applications resulting from nanotechnology research, much of which is financed by the federal government. The INC will develop specific strategies to make it easier for small businesses to share infrastructure and reduce start-up costs, and to access Illinois' deep nanotechnology research capabilities. This will in turn provide a greater return on federal investments.

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