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May 16th, 2005

Schools get high marks for furthering micro, nanotechnology

Abstract:
Universities are the wellsprings of ideas and innovations that yield new products, new companies and sometimes even new industries – but knowing who is doing what in micro and nanotechnology is a perennial challenge. Small Times sent a survey early this year to more than 100 universities in the United States to begin tracking their research and educational programs. Our 2005 university rankings reflect the results – both qualitative and quantitative – of those that responded. (Not all did.)

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