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Sept. 30, 2011MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

Nano Research Students

A nano scientist in Maryville lands a nearly $200,000 grant and is including undergrad students as researchers.

Dr. Himadri Chakraborty is using charged particles on the photon scale a project he says could be used in future technological or bio-medical applications. He says the National Science Foundation grant money helps pay students for their work during the summer.

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The nano-scale science research is being done in the 47,000 square foot Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship on the campus of Northwest Missouri State in Maryville. You can hear more about the project during our morning conversation airing at 10:06 this morning.