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February 8th, 2011

Notre Dame to host nanotechnology, engineering competition for undergraduates

Abstract:
The University of Notre Dame is launching a competition to recognize outstanding undergraduates from any university or college who are engaged in research in nanoscience and engineering.

This spring and summer, Notre Dame will provide research initiation awards of $500 for students who submit the most promising research proposals. Prizes for the best projects and presentations will be awarded at a conference next fall on campus.

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