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A contingent of ten engineers from various parts of the Lockheed Martin corporation across the country visited the Maryland nanocenter on Feb 1 to learn about ongoing activities, research advances, and facilities at Maryland. Topics presented and discussed included nanoelectronic devices and applications, organic semiconductor devices and flexible electronics, nanostructured polymer systems, and functional materials.



February 1, 2006


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