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December 27th, 2009

This year had challenges, glimpses of better days

Abstract:
It was the kind of year we can only hope marked the end of an end and the beginning of a beginning.

But like a painful rite of passage, was 2009 also a new beginning? Did it provide us with a foundation, or at least a glimpse, for a better future?

Last week, the University of Dayton announced it had purchased NCR's massive former world headquarters with plans to grow its research in advanced materials, nanotechnology and especially aerospace, having landed a $49.5 million grant from the U.S. Air Force.

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