WVU science program gets $3M in research funding

CHARLESTON (AP) — A post-graduate science program at West Virginia University has received nearly $3 million in new grants to support research in nanotechnology.

U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller says the funding will allow PhD students to study nanotechnology in relation to health and the environment.

Nanotechnology is the study and manipulation of matter smaller than a hair.

The funding is from the National Science Foundation.

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