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NIST launches $44M technology program

12/16/2010 05:56 AM EST
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selinz
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selinz   12/16/2010 6:44:34 PM
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The awards seem split between biopharmacology and display/battery/solar technologies. I'm curious to know how much of the work will be released to the "public," if any...

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pixies   12/17/2010 9:53:54 PM
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Is this really news? Our company has been working on a TIP award for more than a year!

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Dave.Dykstra   12/18/2010 11:02:06 PM
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Some very interesting projects here with great potential for advancements that could benefit us all.

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chanj0   12/20/2010 8:32:42 AM
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Our future is relying on alternative energy. Should solar research be granted more funding? Is the research of manufacturing graphene part of the research topic?

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