OCAST awards $745,000 to three nanotechnology research projects
Projects seek to advance nanotechnology in batteries, clean water and plastics.
The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology will award a total of $745,000 to the three successful applicants in the Oklahoma Nanotechnology Applications Project.
The research projects, to be completed within three years, require an improved likelihood for commercial success and collaboration with a for-profit Oklahoma company.
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