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  • The Marcus Nanotechnology Research Center (NRC) is a nanotechnology research center located in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus. Formally opened on April 24, 2009, the NRC was constructed on the site of the Electronics Research Building, the former home of GTRI's Information and Communications Laboratory. The NRC is the largest cleanroom laboratory in the Southeast United States. Scientists and engineers researching nanotechnology there study the characteristics and behavior of atoms and molecules and use that knowledge to create new materials and tiny nano-scale tools and machines. The Center on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at Georgia Tech was first founded by Dr. Zhong Lin Wang. Also under the banner of the NRC is the Nanotechnology Lab, led by Dr. W. Jud Ready.
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