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Nanogen to Fund Nanotech Research at UCSD

Nanogen will provide $300,000 to support nanotechnology research at the University of California San Diego, the company said last week.

Over a two-year period, Nanogen will fund the research of Michael Heller, a professor in the department of bioengineering at the Jacobs School of Engineering at UCSD and a co-founder of Nanogen. He plans to explore the use of electric field-based technology for nanofabrication and the assembly of nanostructures as well as the integration of nanostructures with other devices.

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