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May 2nd, 2005

RIM Founder increases donation to $50 million to UW

Abstract:
The University of Waterloo (UW) today announced receipt of another "magnificent" gift from Ophelia and Mike Lazaridis.

The additional gift will fund three exciting and related initiatives: 75 per cent towards a shared new facility housing the university's Institute for Quantum Computing and Nanotechnology Engineering Program and the remaining 25 per cent towards an endowment to attract the very best foreign graduate students involved in quantum studies.

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