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UMass-Amherst looks to push nanotechnology into big time

Researchers seeking to move ideas from lab to marketplace

By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / January 19, 2004

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AMHERST -- Researchers at the University of Massachusetts are making breakthroughs in the science needed to produce a new generation of powerful computers, tiny machines, and unique materials, and now they want to move their work out of the lab and into the marketplace. (Full Article: 870 Words)

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