Hungary’s first nanotechnology center opens in Szeged
Hungary's first nanotechnology research and training center was opened at the Szeged University on Wednesday.
Imre Kiricsi, head of the university’s Department of Environmental Chemistry, said the new facility will be instrumental in training experts for special measurements as well as providing analysis services to companies. The center was built at a cost of Ft 200 million (€20,000).
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