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August 24th, 2006

Research 'superstar' resigning

Abstract:
Nanotechnology expert Carpick cites lack of benefits for partner. Rob Carpick, associate professor of engineering, said he will depart for the University of Pennsylvania, which offers domestic partner benefits, at the end of the year. He's taking with him a research portfolio that has won $3.4 million in grants from the National Science Foundation, branches of the U.S. military and private companies since 2000.

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