NINE established as national long-term nanotechnology partnership

The U.S. government has upped the ante on American nanotechnology competitiveness with the official announcement of the National Institute for Nano Engineering (NINE). Operating out of Sandia National Laboratory, the institute – a partnership between the federal government, academia, and industry – ...

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