U. of Connecticut unveils nanobionics research facility

10/23/2008 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

The University of Connecticut has launched a "clean room" for nanobionics research that will enable scientists to develop small, implantable medical devices. The facility will cater to university scientists working on high-tech devices, including a synthetic retina and a rapid diagnostic tool for prostate cancer.

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