UK Universities receive nanotech funding

from the World-Watch dept.
The UK E4: Engineering website ("Little things please learned minds", 18 June 2001) reports scientists in the UK have received a boost of £18 million to set up new research collaborations in nanotechnology. The money will be split between two consortia with one in bionanotechnlogy led by Oxford University, with the Universities of Glasgow and York, and the National Institute for Medical Research. This collaboration also involves links with the Universities of Cambridge, Nottingham and Southampton. The other is in nanotechnology and is led by Cambridge University, with University College London and the University of Bristol.

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