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May 6th, 2004

Nanotechnology becomes increasingly important in engineering

Abstract:
Matter matters to Michael Kaufman. In classrooms and labs, the University of North Texas educator encourages students to poke, prod and ponder the raw materials that feed technological enterprise. "We're growing quite rapidly these days - not only because of our new location, but the support that's now rolling in," said Kaufman, chairman of the university's Department of Materials Science.

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