NSF awards nanotechnology consortium $70 million

(December 23, 2003) Washington, D.C.&#8212The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently designated a 13-member national consortium as the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN), creating the world’s largest and most accessible nanoscale laboratory. The consortium will enable university students and researchers, as well as scientists from corporate and government laboratories, to have open access to resources they need for studying molecular and higher length-scale materials and processes and applying them in a variety of structures, devices and systems.


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