Joint Nanotechnology Research For Ireland and Intel - News Item

University College Cork, University College Dublin and Trinity College Dublin have been given $12.5 million in government funding to establish a joint-research center called CRANN (Centre for Research on Adaptive Nanostructure and Nano-devices) at the Trinity College campus.

Intel has backed the development and will relocate four staff members to the new CRANN facility. The Intel staff will be researchers in residence for the next 5 years.

Posted 14th April 2004

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